International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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SOCMA's 90th Annual Dinner and Membership Meeting Liesa Brown   |   added on Oct 31, 2011    |    United States Held in December in New York City for nearly 90 years, the evening provides networking, excellent food, SOCMA’s donation to the ACS Scholars Program and an awards ceremony honoring winners of SOCMA’s Performance Improvement Awards.
Topic: chemistry education, chemical safety, conferences, chemical heritage, trade association, celebrating chemistry, networking Audience: decision makers, industrial vendors, chemical executives, press, graduate students, sales professionals, suppliers, hse professionals

Analytical Knot between Chemistry and Society Shyamal Kar   |   added on Dec 13, 2010    |    India A visionary act towards the changing trends in chemistry with the society by our Forum which also invites more students as well as academia to put their ideas and works in the half yearly journals issued by the forum named "The Chemical Axis" which was first issued in September 2003.
Topic: hands-on activities, competition, seminars, traditional use of natural chemicals in remote areas, miraculous chemical magic show for school children s, chemical quiz programmes Audience: women chemists, students, industrial chemists, educational institutions, prfessional chemists, professors, press, state ministers