International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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European Women: Innovating for Smart, Sustainable and Inclusive Growth Cheryl Miller   |   added on Oct 21, 2011    |    Belgium 14:00-16:00 on Wednesday, 23 November, the European chemical industry council, Cefic, will be showcasing the contribution of European women to smart, sustainable and inclusive growth through science, as a part of a 3-day “Tomorrow starts with Chemistry” event in Brussels.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, celebrating women chemists, women in science, women in chemistry, innovation, sustainability, smart growth, inclusive growth Audience: general public, women, decision and policy makers, professional chemists, researchers

Virtual Career Fair Tanya Fogg   |   added on Jul 12, 2011    |    United States What are the growth areas in chemistry? How will innovation in chemistry create jobs? Whether you are in industry or academe or just want to know what direction the chemical industry is heading, we've got you covered! Our keynote speaker, George Whitesides along with other experts will discuss employment outlook for chemists.
Topic: employment outlook, innovation, growth areas in chemistry, chemical industry, job growth, immigration, industrial jobs, academic jobs, acs, american chemical society Audience: students, chemists, scientists, general public, professors, educators, teachers, educational institutions, small business, entrepreneurs. recruiters

Small Business Innovation Research Funding Opportunities - Priority Areas for 2012 Tanya Fogg   |   added on Jul 12, 2011    |    United States Free ACS Webinar for entrepreneurs/small businesses! ? Dr. Ali Andalibi with National Cancer Institute(NCI) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Development Center will discuss funding opportunities for small firms to apply cutting edge and high risk scientific and engineering research to pursue commercial opportunities
Topic: innovation, business, funding, research, commercial, industry Audience: small business, entrepreneurs, chemists, engineers, post docs

Fostering Innovation Tanya Fogg   |   added on May 10, 2011    |    United States Are you challenged to come up with new ideas and solutions? Do you want to tap into that inner voice? Join our speaker as she shares a proven process to generate ideas and stimulate innovative thinking.
Topic: acs webinar, acs webinars, innovation, small business, entrepreneur, professional development Audience: students, professional chemists, general public, professors, educators, research scientists, universities, industrial chemists, teachers, post graduate students, women chemists, educational institutions, decision makers, secondary school students, tertiary education, high schools, school children, secondary schools, graduate students, secondary schools students

From Golf Balls to Solar Energy: How the Chemical Industry is Impacting Everyday Life Jenessa Fernandes   |   added on Apr 14, 2011    |    Canada From solar energy to hydrogen fuels to e-ink, chemistry impacts our everyday lives. In recognition of the International Year of Chemistry, this panel will highlight the benefit of chemistry in shaping our economy and environment.
Topic: conferences, panel discussion, celebrating chemistry Audience: innovation, women, researchers, post graduate students and professors, universities, college students, government