International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Creative Problem Solving in Chemical Research Tanya Fogg   |   added on Apr 05, 2011    |    United States Chemists are expected to solve problems that involve obtaining new research ideas, improving processes and production in industry, or dealing with problems that arise during research. Too often, we apply a random process or follow the same way - and receive poor results. Dr. Bill Mattson, will engage you in an interactive pre
Topic: acs webinar, chemistry, problem solving, chemical research, chemical process, development, chemical production Audience: chemistry, scientist, bench chemist, researcher, student

42nd International Symposium on Essential Oils Ela Ozsoy   |   added on Aug 20, 2010    |    Turkey This symposium is about all aspects of essential oils and related natural products ranging from breeding, cultivation, analysis, biogenesis and chemistry to biological activity and utilization.
Topic: chemical and biological production of new odorants, essential oils and biological activity, volatile compounds and plant/insects interaction, new trends in chemical analyses and biological tests of volatiles Audience: post graduate students, student, professors, professional chemist, teachers