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ChemComm Emerging Investigators
Joanne Thomson | added on Oct 14, 2010 | United Kingdom
An issue showcasing the very best research from scientists in the early stages of their independent career
19th International Conference: POLYCHAR 19
Rameshwar Adhikari | added on Oct 08, 2010 | Nepal
POLYCHAR belongs to a series of prestigious annual conferences taking place in different countries:
http://www.unt.edu/POLYCHAR/. The Forum provides a platform for presentation of innovations in Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) from academia (including students) and industry.
The Royal Society of Chemistry includes the IYC logo on their journals in 2011
Kathrin Leonard | added on Sep 28, 2010 | United Kingdom
The 29 RSC Publishing journals provide a channel to promote chemistry across a broad portfolio of chemistry journals, including core and niche chemistry subject areas.
Supramolecular Chemistry: a ChemComm web themed issue
Joanne Thomson | added on Sep 24, 2010 | United Kingdom
In 2011, to mark the International Year of Chemistry, ChemComm will publish a major web collection of articles on Supramolecular Chemistry.
ChemComm Highlights in Chemistry
Joanne Thomson | added on Sep 15, 2010 | United Kingdom
Throughout 2011, ChemComm will be publishing a series of 'Highlights in Chemistry'. These short, review-style articles, written by leading researchers, will highlight the most significant chemical advances since the millennium, stressing their importance to the chemists of today and the future.