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Catalan Society of Chemistry new blog for IYC
Romà Tauler | added on Mar 28, 2011 | Spain
The Catalan Society of Chemistry, with the support of the Science and Technology Section of the Institut d'Estudis Catalans, wants to share with the scientific community the web site http://blocs.iec.cat/aiq2011/.
IYC 2011 Celebration with IPS
Linda Majerowicz | added on Mar 24, 2011 | Poland
International Publishing Service Sp. z.o.o. joins the IYC 2011 celebration by promoting chemical literature, publications and online information and by supporting academic environment in Poland.
Natural Products Chemistry, Biology and Medicine
Antje Teegler | added on Mar 24, 2011 | Italy
COST is celebrating the International Year of Chemistry with its fourth edition of the COST-ESF High-level Research Conference series on Natural Products that will take place in September 2011 in Italy.
Antje Teegler | added on Mar 24, 2011 | Greece
COST is celebrating the International Year of Chemistry with its third edition of the COST-ESF High-level Research Conference series on Systems Chemistry that will take place in October 2011 in Crete/Greece.
Quantitative Nanostructure-Toxicity Relationships (QNTR)
Antje Teegler | added on Mar 24, 2011 | Belgium
The aim of this exploratory workshop is to bring together leaders in the emerging field of computational nanotoxicology to form an international Community of Practice for accelerated development of the science of QNTR.