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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.
HKU Chemistry Week 2011
Ella Wong | added on Sep 18, 2011 | Hong Kong
HKU Chemistry Week—Our Life, Our Future (Oct 4 - Oct 13, 2011)
Australian Academy of Science Women in Chemistry Forum
Jen Nixon | added on Jul 07, 2011 | Australia
Three senior women in international science will come together for a short public seminar in Parliament House to explore their lives, work and passions.
Networking Breakfast - Singapore
Yin Nah Teo | added on Jan 13, 2011 | Singapore
In support of the event "Women Sharing a Chemical Moment in Time", the A*STAR Chemistry Club will be sponsoring a breakfast event to bring women chemists in Singapore together for a local fun get together and to share an international handshake with women chemists in other countries.
A Special Issue of Chemistry International Magazine Devoted to Marie Curie
Chris Brouwer | added on Jan 10, 2011 | United States
IUPAC has published a special issue of Chemistry International magazine devoted entirely to Marie Curie. This special 48-page, 12 article issue (Jan-Feb 2011 CI, vol. 33, issue 1) will be distributed widely throughout the year beginning with the Opening Ceremony in Paris on January 27.