International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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International Conference on Applied Physico-Inorganic Chemistry Koxanenko Evgeney   |   added on Jun 07, 2011    |    Ukraine The International Conference on Applied Physico-Inorganic Chemistry, the mighty branch of Applied Physical Chemistry, gathers biennially scientists and engineers on the bank of Black Sea in Sevastopol ( Crimea, Ukraine, 2-7.10. 2011). Website: http://aphyn.org.ua/en e-mail: organizers@aphyn.org.ua
Topic: conferences, networking, sustainable and green chemistry, website, publications Audience: students, professional chemists, professors, educators, research scientists

SOCMA's 8th Annual Chemical Industry Golf Tournament Liesa Brown   |   added on Jun 07, 2011    |    United States One-day golf tournament to raise money for the American Chemical Society (ACS) Scholars Program. Proceeds will help sponsor scholarships for qualified minority applicants who want to enter the fields of chemistry, biochemistry or chemical engineering and students seeking degrees in chemical technology.
Topic: chemistry, chemical industry, chemistry education, chemical industries, events, networking, education of chemistry, luncheon, dinner, scholarship, golf Audience: professionals, decision makers, general public, graduate students, post graduate students

BioPhysChem 2011 Conference Naomi Sarich   |   added on Jun 01, 2011    |    Australia A Joint meeting between the Royal Australian Chemical Institute and the Australian Society for Biophysics. This meeting will bring together scientists from a range of disciplines to showcase research developments while providing a collegial atmosphere for scientific exchange.
Topic: physical chemistry, biophysics, computational chemistry, conference, workshops, networking, chemistry, chemistry education, international year of chemistry, internatioal keynote speakers, research, research developments, scientific exchange Audience: educators, professors, research scientists, students, industry contacts, universities, post graduate students

Back To The Future Celebratory Luncheon Edward Werner Cook   |   added on May 30, 2011    |    United States Celebrating the centenary of the opening of the original Chemists’ Club building in 1911 Home to numerous international organizations; Meeting place for others:– And looking into the future with the wisdom of a century’s experience. Brief history of club and electrochemistry and present challenges in battery chemistry.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, networking Audience: students, professional chemists, professors, educators, research scientists, industrial chemists, women chemists, graduate students

New treatments for cancer; hope or hoax? Samantha Booth   |   added on May 27, 2011    |    United Kingdom A free schools symposium where students can listen and network with PhD students and professionals in the research field. This will be of particular interest to students who are thinking of pursuing chemistry or medicine as a career.
Topic: networking, celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, seminars Audience: students, general public, educators, research scientists, women chemists, secondary school students