Plan and share activities for IYC 2011
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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.
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Designing safer medicines in discovery: current and emerging opportunities Jacqui Colgate | added on Nov 18, 2010 | United Kingdom This meeting will look at how better Clinical Candidates can be designed with an enhanced awareness of potential future safety issues.
Hurter Lecture Jacqui Colgate | added on Nov 18, 2010 | United Kingdom Hurter Lecture
Family Evening Lecture: Copies, Fakes and Forgeries: Analysis in the study of art and Antiques Jacqui Colgate | added on Nov 18, 2010 | United Kingdom Family Evening Lecture: Copies, Fakes and Forgeries: Analysis in the study of art and Antiques
Family Evening Lecture: Mercury Window on the Invisible Jacqui Colgate | added on Nov 18, 2010 | United Kingdom Mercury is the most beautiful element in the periodic table. And the most reviled. The only liquid metal, its inertness and density have made it crucial to a huge number of experiments through history. Dr Andrea Sella, will take us on a tour of Mercury-related science and will end with the question can we bring it to life?
Networking Breakfast - Colombia Barbara Moreno-murillo | added on Nov 18, 2010 | Colombia Colombia want to joint to the Women Sharing a Chemical Moment in Time activity which is an IYC activity designed to bring chemistry women together worldwide for a breakfast meeting. This will be held on Tuesday January 18th, 2011.
|Topic:||networking, celebrating chemistry||Audience:||women chemists, professors, teachers, research scientists, post graduate students|