International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Pure and Applied Chemistry International Conference (PACCON 2011) Supavadee Kiatisevi   |   added on Sep 24, 2010    |    Thailand PACCON 2011 will provide a timely forum and bring together researchers and developers from all over the world to review, discuss, and disseminate their ideas and researches which address diverse issues related to chemistry and technology applications in the context of sustainable development to promote the quality of life.
Topic: conferences, seminars, celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, sustainable and green chemistry Audience: industrial chemists, professional chemists, students, post graduate students, educators, universities, professors

ICAS2011:International congress for analytical sciences 2011 Koji Otsuka   |   added on Sep 24, 2010    |    Japan ICAS2011, an international congress for analytical sciences co-organized by the Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry (JSAC) and International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC), will be held in Kyoto, Japan, May 22 to 26, 2011.
Topic: conferences, analytical chemistry, demonstrations Audience: professional chemists, students, industrial chemists, post graduate students, universities, professors, tertiary education, research scientists

Fabbricato dall'uomo. Chimica e modernizzazione in Italia [Man-made. Chemistry and Modernity in Italy] Daniele Pozzi   |   added on Sep 22, 2010    |    Italy Conference on the history of chemical industry, organized by Archivio del Cinema Industriale (Industrial Films Archive) at LIUC University. The conference will show the evolution of industrial chemistry in Italy, from 1940s to 1990, trough contributions of business historians, industrialists and trough historical documentaries
Topic: conferences, chemical industry Audience: students, educators, general public, post graduate students, universities, professors, tertiary education, teachers, high schools, educational institutions, research scientists, industrial chemists, secondary school students

Chemistry Education in Ethiopia Temechegn Engida   |   added on Sep 21, 2010    |    Ethiopia A conference will be organized to review the past and present practices and challenges of chemistry education at secondary and tertiary levels of Ethiopia and to propose innovative/modern system based on international experiences.
Topic: chemistry education, hands-on activities, conferences, celebrating chemistry Audience: professional chemists, educators, professors, tertiary education, secondary schools

International Symposia on Advancing the Chemical Sciences Joanne Thomson   |   added on Sep 21, 2010    |    International A significant new global symposia series, presenting a unique opportunity to hear from dynamic, internationally renowned speakers brought together to discuss globally significant topics from within the chemical sciences.
Topic: conferences, networking, celebrating chemistry, future challenges Audience: professional chemists, students, industrial chemists, post graduate students, professors, research scientists