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14th Asian Chemical Congress 2011
Wanapa Jantarro | added on Jul 05, 2010 | Thailand
14ACC is the largest international chemical congress in the region under the theme Contemporary Chemistry for Sustainability and Economic Sufficiency.
Pamela McDonald | added on Jul 02, 2010 | United States
Pittcon is the world’s annual premier Conference and Exposition on laboratory science, which attracts nearly 17,000 attendees from industry, academia and government from 90 countries worldwide. Proceeds from Pittcon fund science education and outreach at all levels, kindergarten through adult.
Workshop and Conference on Functional Polymeric Materials & Composites
Aneli Fourie | added on Jun 28, 2010 | South Africa
The 11th UNESCO/IUPAC Workshop and Conference on Functional Polymeric Materials & Composites will focus on the synthesis, characterization and application of these materials.
Jaroslav Stejskal | added on Jun 23, 2010 | Czech Republic
A scientific symposium, 75th Prague Meeting on Macromolecules "Conducting Polymers", to be held in Prague, Czech Republic, on 10-14 July 2011
The Millennium Lecture series at Bath
Gareth Lamb | added on Jun 10, 2010 | United Kingdom
The Millennium lectures are a series of popular science lectures held at the University of Bath. The lectures aim to inspire young scientists from local schools and the undergraduate community, as well as engage the general public and academics in interesting scientific topics.