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International Conference of Young Chemists (ICYC) Fatima Mustafa | added on Jan 27, 2012 | Jordan The main aim of this conference is to “encourage interest in chemistry among young people, and to generate enthusiasm for the creative future of chemistry” which is one of the IYC goals.
PhytoChem & BioSub Conference Abdelkrim Cheriti | added on Dec 16, 2011 | Algeria The Laboratory of Phytochemistry & Organic Synthesis (LPSO) take part in this celebration by organizing the 3rd Conference of Phytochem & BioSub, 4-5 December, a scientific event on Phytochemistry and bioactive substances.
|Topic:||celebrating chemistry, conferences, sustainable and green chemistry||Audience:||research scientists, post graduate students, industrial chemists, women chemists, high schools|
Essay Competition for school and college students Ghanasham Sathe | added on Dec 11, 2011 | India An essay compitition is organised on the topics as follows 1. Chemistry in Daily life 2. Chemistry:The mothor of Sciences 3. Major discoveries in chemistry and its role on society
|Topic:||Audience:||students, educators, post graduate students, secondary school students, school children|
Materials: Atom to Molecule Sanjay Thakare | added on Dec 09, 2011 | India This December 16th, 2011 gathering will be discussed the current trends in the chemistry research and main emphasis is on the facts abouts the role of mateials chemistry in the development of country in a large and mankind in specific. The main focus on catalysis, energy and environment.
Safety of Processed Foods Sunita Adhikari | added on Dec 08, 2011 | India The Dept. of Food Technology, GNIT is celebrating The International Year of Chemistry & Sesquicentenary of Acharya Prafulla Chandra Ray by various activities throughout the year.As a part of it the Department is organizing one day seminar on safety of Processed Foods on 19th December,2011
|Topic:||seminars||Audience:||students, professors, teachers, research scientists, post graduate students|