International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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From the "Classical" to a "New Age" in Medicinal Chemistry María L. López-Rodríguez   |   added on Apr 04, 2011    |    Spain This event is organized by the Spanish Society of Medicinal Chemistry (SEQT) and it is intended to bring medicinal chemists and related scientists together in order to share exciting new results and first-time disclosures in various areas of drug discovery and development.
Topic: meeting, conferences, medicinal chemistry, chemical biology Audience: graduate students, post graduate students, professional chemists, industrial chemists

Networking Breakfast - Tokyo, Japan Masako Sasaki   |   added on Dec 22, 2010    |    Japan Gender Equality Committee of CSJ will be held to celebrate IYC. The key aim is to discuss the promotion and networking of young scientists with the celebration of the 100th anniversary of Marie Curie’s Novel Price in chemistry.
Topic: meeting, iyc celebrating tea party, networking Audience: committee members, young research scientists