International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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CSI Reality: Chemistry in the Crime Labs Tanya Fogg   |   added on Feb 16, 2011    |    United States Despite TV shows, forensic chemists need to be well-versed in the widest array of analytical technologies and must quickly adapt proven methods to new types of samples. Dr. Jason Schaff will discuss the different disciplines within forensic chemistry and provide an in-depth perspective of day-to-day life in a forensic lab.
Topic: acs webinar, chemistry, laboratory, forensic laboratory, analytical chemistry, forensics, mold, white powder, blood Audience: post graduate students and professors, forensic chemists, graduate students, analytical chemist

Chemistry stories Jennifer Kaban   |   added on Dec 21, 2010    |    Canada Chemists at TRIUMF, Canada's national laboratory for particle and nuclear physics, will be posting stories online on recent research topics in the fields of radiochemistry and nuclear medicine, muon chemistry and reaction rates, green chemistry, materials science and nuclear reactions.
Topic: chemistry, physics, laboratory, lab, nuclear, canada, triumf, vancouver, website, educational materials Audience: students, industrial chemists, general public, post graduate students, research scientists