International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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15th Annual Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference & International Conference on Green and Sustainable Chemistry Robert Peoples   |   added on Nov 29, 2010    |    United States Hosting the 15th annual GC&E conference in partnership with the 5th International Conference on Green and Sustainable Chemistry in Washington, D.C., June 21-23, featuring one, unified program. This event will be kicked-off by the 16th Annual Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Awards on Monday evening, June 20, 2011.
Topic: green chemistry, sustainability Audience: industry, government, academia, media, ngos, students, business leaders, business schools, corporations, science writers

Global Challenges/Chemistry Solutions Monica Fonorow   |   added on Oct 27, 2010    |    United States Prominent leaders from industry and academia, will gather at CHF to participate in a panel discussion on the pressing issues of energy, water, food, and human health.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, lectures, panel discussion, industry, leaders, academia, sustainable and green chemistry, global change Audience: students, professional chemists, educators, industrial chemists, general public, professors, post graduate students, universities, teachers, decision makers, research scientists, women chemists, educational institutions