International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Prof M S Wadia Intercollegiate Lecture Competition-2011 Dilip Thube   |   added on Dec 11, 2010    |    India A Chemistry Lecture competition for College Chemistry Students(UG as well as PG) from college affiliated to University of Pune and Other Universities in Maharashtra is Organized by PG Department of Chemistry, New Arts, Commerce and Science College, Parner, Dist-Ahmednagar(Maharashtra, INDIA on Thursday, !3th January 2011.
Topic: oral presentations, inorganic chemistry, biochemistry, analytical chemistry, chemistry education Audience: post graduate students, graduate students

International Symposium on Heterocyclic Chemistry, Fez, Morocco on 27-29 October 2011 Alami Anouar   |   added on Oct 16, 2010    |    Morocco The University Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah, Faculty of Sciences Dhar El Marhaz Fez in collaboration with Moroccan Group of Heterocyclic Chemistry are organizing an International Symposium in Fez, Morocco, on 27-28 October 2011, entitled: "HETEROCYCLIC CHEMISTRY: VALUE ADDING, PROSPECTS AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT"
Topic: posters, celebrating chemistry, plenary lectures, oral presentations, exhibition Audience: students, professional chemists, industrial chemists, universities, tertiary education, research scientists, women chemists, high schools