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Advanced Nanomaterials for Energy Applications
Javier Garcia-Martinez | added on Feb 13, 2011 | Puerto Rico
During the 2011 IUPAC Congress, some of the world's leading experts in nanotechnology will gather at a symposium to discuss on the challenges and opportunities in the energy production, storage and use.
Chemistry with a sense of women
Grupo MEQ | added on Feb 12, 2011 | Colombia
The event consists of a poster exhibition about contributions of prominent women in chemistry. The exhibition is itinerant by different educational institutions of the city.
The Chemistry Enterprise: Do We Have a Future, or What?
Elmer Ledesma | added on Feb 09, 2011 | United States
A presentation by Dr. William Carroll, past president (2005) of the American Chemical Society.
Chemistry and Industry - programme of activities the 1st quarter of IYC2011 in Syria
Yamen AlSalka | added on Feb 09, 2011 | Syrian Arab Republic
Programme of activities and events in the first quarter of the International year of Chemistry in Syria (entitled Chemistry and Industry)
Year Long Activities Promoting Chemistry
Christine Dimirjian | added on Feb 05, 2011 | United States
Our chapter (Beta Gamma, UCLA) of the National Co-Ed Chemistry Fraternity, Alpha Chi Sigma, has been involved with numerous activities promoting chemistry in the past years, and will continue this year as well. Our events for this year include community outreach, research lecture series and Undergraduate Research Poster Day.