International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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5th European Young Investigator Conference (EYIC) Christian Ehli   |   added on Dec 20, 2010    |    Poland The scope of EYIC is to bring together chemists, physicists and biologists interested in all aspects of the interaction between radiation (of low and high energy) and matter. All participants should share an interest in Free Radical Chemistry, Radiation Chemistry, Photochemistry, Radiobiology, and Spectroscopy
Topic: conferences, networking, chemistry, publications, biotechnology, radiation chemistry, photosynthesis, photochemistry, young investigators, physics, laser spectroscopy Audience: students, professional chemists, professors, post graduate students, industrial chemists, universities, research scientists, women chemists

Artificial Photosynthesis: Faraday Discussion 155 Ann Ennis   |   added on Dec 02, 2010    |    United Kingdom There is a growing conviction that the only real prospect for our long-term energy provision relies on the ability to collect and store sunlight in the form of chemical potential. This topical and important area of science covers many disciplines. The combination of biology, chemistry, physics and theory makes for an exciting
Topic: conferences, chemistry, networking, photosynthesis, nanotechnology Audience: professional chemists, industrial chemists, postgraduate students, undergraduates, universities, research scientists, professors, physicists, biologists