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IYC activities at SETAC-Boston
Elin Ulrich | added on Sep 23, 2011 | United States
IYC related plenary lecture, scientific sessions, informational poster, trivia contest, and Advisory Group business meeting taking place at the SETAC North America annual meeting.
Fundamentals of Spectroscopic Techniques and its Applications in Elucidating Molecular Structures
Naved Malek | added on Sep 23, 2011 | India
The seminar deliberations are being structured to cover the following themes:
• UV-Vis Spectroscopy
• FTIR, FTNIR & Raman Spectroscopy
• 1H-NMR Spectroscopy
• 13C- NMR Spectroscopy
• Fluorescence Spectroscopy
• Mass spectrometry
SCI's Fine Chemicals Group IYC Public Lecture Series
Patricia Cornell | added on Sep 16, 2011 | United Kingdom
A series of free public lectures in celebration of the International Year of Chemistry 2011. These talks will illustrate how the field of medicinal chemistry has led and will continue to lead to the discovery of new medicines which impact millions of lives worldwide.
Chemistry As INnovating Science - CHAINS2011
J. Grimminck | added on Sep 05, 2011 | Netherlands
CHAINS2011 (Chemistry As INnovating Science) is the largest chemical conference in the Netherlands ever.
Invitation to Chemistry "super organic materials"
Kumi Yoshida | added on Sep 05, 2011 | Japan
Academic and industrial chemical researchers, who are working on useful organic materials such as dye-sensitized solar cell device and organic electro-luminescence will give lectures for young people.