International Year of Chemistry, 2011

UNESCO - United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization IUPAC - International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry

Partners for the
International Year of Chemistry 2011

Activities

Plan and share activities for IYC 2011

Want to submit your own activity or comment?

In order to do so you need to be part of the IYC network. Please or sign up now.

Join the IYC Network

In this section, your ideas for IYC2011 can start to become reality. Here, you can submit activities for consideration and, after a short review, they will be listed below and any related events will populate the IYC calendar. Activities listed here have a clearly defined theme and describe how, when, and where they will take place.

If you are not quite ready to submit a plan, keep working at it and come back soon. And remember, you can always browse and search this forum to find out what others are planning and even add your own comments to the discussion.

Currently viewing all activities tagged with Undergraduates - See all activities

Artificial Photosynthesis: Faraday Discussion 155 Ann Ennis   |   added on Dec 02, 2010    |    United Kingdom There is a growing conviction that the only real prospect for our long-term energy provision relies on the ability to collect and store sunlight in the form of chemical potential. This topical and important area of science covers many disciplines. The combination of biology, chemistry, physics and theory makes for an exciting
Topic: conferences, chemistry, networking, photosynthesis, nanotechnology Audience: professional chemists, industrial chemists, postgraduate students, undergraduates, universities, research scientists, professors, physicists, biologists

Ionic Liquids: Faraday Discussion 154 Ann Ennis   |   added on Dec 02, 2010    |    United Kingdom Room-temperature ionic liquids (RTILs) are currently the focus of an intense research effort because of their remarkable potential for applications coupled to favourable environmental properties. This meeting will discuss fundamental experimental and theoretical aspects of the physical chemistry of RTILs.
Topic: conferences, chemistry, networking, ionic liquids Audience: professional chemists, industrial chemists, postgraduate students, undergraduates, universities, research scientists, professors, physicists

Analytical Research Forum (ARF) Ann Ennis   |   added on Dec 02, 2010    |    United Kingdom The annual Analytical Research Forum (ARF) is the premier Analytical Science meeting of the RSC. The meeting is primarily for early-stage analytical science researchers (industrial scientists, PhD students and postdoctoral fellows) to present their latest results in the context of the wider analytical science community. 
Topic: conferences, chemistry, networking, analytical chemistry Audience: professional chemists, industrial chemists, postgraduate students, undergraduates, universities, research scientists, professors

Coherence and Control in Chemistry: Faraday Discussion 153 Ann Ennis   |   added on Dec 02, 2010    |    United Kingdom The prospect of exploiting quantum interference to direct the outcome of a chemical reaction is known as coherent control. This meeting aims to assess recent progress in our general understanding of coherence and control in chemistry and to define new avenues for future research.
Topic: conferences, chemistry, networking, coherent control, quantum chemistry Audience: professional chemists, industrial chemists, postgraduate students, undergraduates, universities, research scientists, professors, physicists

22nd International Symposium: Synthesis in Organic Chemistry Ann Ennis   |   added on Dec 02, 2010    |    United Kingdom The Synthesis in Organic Chemistry conference is the flagship event of the RSC's Organic Division. The Synthesis in Organic Chemistry Symposium traditionally provides an international showcase for the core area of organic chemistry - synthesis - covering all aspects of contemporary organic synthesis and providing a forum for t
Topic: conferences, chemistry, networking, organic chemistry, organic synthesis Audience: professional chemists, industrial chemists, postgraduate students, undergraduates, universities, research scientists, professors