International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Supramolecular Chemistry to Celebrate a Supra-Collaboration Joaquin Barroso-flores   |   added on May 16, 2011    |    Mexico Conferences by Acad. Dr. Ionel Haiduc "News in Supramolecular Chemistry" and Dr. Luminita Silaghi-Dumitrescu "Homo and Heterofunctional multidentate ligands containing As/As, As/S, As/O, As/P, S/S as donor atoms"
Topic: conferences, networking, inorganic chemistry, supramolecular chemistry, organometallic chemistry, main group metal chemistry, coordination chemistry Audience: students, professors, research scientists, graduate students

Special issue on Bioinorganic Chemistry Geeta Mahadevan   |   added on Mar 24, 2011    |    India The Indian Journal of Chemsitry, Sec A celebrates chemistry in the International Year of Chemistry with a special issue on Bioinorganic Chemistry
Topic: inorganic chemistry, bioinorganic chemistry, biology, chemistry research Audience: students, professional chemists, professors, research scientists, universities, teachers, post graduate students

The Rare Earth Chemical Element Card Game Jim Macdonald   |   added on Mar 02, 2011    |    Canada The Rare Earth Chemical Element Card Game is a new game designed to teach middle school and high school students the fundamentals of the periodic table.
Topic: learning chemistry, chemistry education, educational materials, education of chemistry, game, learning through play, periodic table, cartoons, binary compounds, elements, hands-on activities, inorganic chemistry, learning, posters Audience: children, students, general public, educators, schools, teachers, secondary schools, middle school teachers, animation, cards, funny, kids, primary schools, universities, youth

Chemistry Central Journal special issue on N-Heterocyclic carbenes Jan Kuras   |   added on Feb 28, 2011    |    United Kingdom Papers are welcomed for a Special Issue in Chemistry Central Journal covering "N-Heterocyclic Carbenes". It has only been 20 years since the first stable N-heterocyclic carbene was isolated, but these compounds have already gained widespread use in chemistry, e.g. as ligands in catalysis.
Topic: organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, catalysis Audience: research scientists

Chemistry Central Journal special issue Special issue on structural chemistry of small molecules of biological interest Jan Kuras   |   added on Feb 28, 2011    |    United Kingdom Papers are welcomed for a Special Issue in Chemistry Central Journal with the theme "Structural Chemistry of Small Molecules of Biological Interest". The results from crystallographic studies of small molecules of biological interest have enriched the knowledgebase widely used in various areas of molecular sciences.
Topic: crystallography, inorganic chemistry Audience: research scientists