International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Pure and Applied Chemistry Recognizes the “Hand of Youth” in Shaping Chemistry Chris Brouwer   |   added on Jan 10, 2011    |    United States The January 2011 issue of Pure and Applied Chemistry (PAC) features a collection of articles from past winners of the IUPAC Prize for Young Chemists, from inception of this annual competition in 2000 up to 2009.
Topic: young investigators, publications, pure and applied chemistry Audience: professors, professional chemists, post graduate students, universities, research scientists

5th European Young Investigator Conference (EYIC) Christian Ehli   |   added on Dec 20, 2010    |    Poland The scope of EYIC is to bring together chemists, physicists and biologists interested in all aspects of the interaction between radiation (of low and high energy) and matter. All participants should share an interest in Free Radical Chemistry, Radiation Chemistry, Photochemistry, Radiobiology, and Spectroscopy
Topic: conferences, networking, chemistry, publications, biotechnology, radiation chemistry, photosynthesis, photochemistry, young investigators, physics, laser spectroscopy Audience: students, professional chemists, professors, post graduate students, industrial chemists, universities, research scientists, women chemists