International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Chemistry and the Millenium Development Goals - Conference of Chemical Society of Nigeria Folahan Adekola   |   added on Feb 27, 2011    |    Nigeria The 34th Annual International Conference of chemical society of Nigeria comes up at University of Ilorin, in the ancient city of Ilorin, Nigeria between 19th -23rd September 2011. The theme of the conference is Chemistry and the Millennium development goals. Details are available on www.chemsocnigeria.org
Topic: chemistry, chemical industry, chemistry education, sustainable development, analytical chemistry, applied organic and organometallics synthesis, pharmaceutical chemistry, physical chemistry, environmental chemistry, materials chemistry, organometallic chemistry Audience: industrial chemists, tertiary education, researchers, students, scientists and engineers, professional chemists, school children

1st International Symposium on Chemical Safety Noha Elnagdi   |   added on Feb 21, 2011    |    Saudi Arabia The 1st International Symposium on Chemical Safety will be taking place on 17-18 April, 2011, under the Auspices of HE The Rector of King Saud University in Marriott Riyadh.
Topic: chemical safety, workshops, chemical industry Audience: professional chemists, professors, industrial chemists, research scientists, universities, post graduate students, tertiary education

UPLB ChemQuiz 2011 Rowell Abogado   |   added on Jan 25, 2011    |    Philippines A tertiary-level, free quiz contest open to all students of the University of the Philippines - Los Banos who have genuine interest in Chemistry, with the theme: "Green Chemistry: Promoting an Eco-Friendly Chemical Industry."
Topic: chemistry, sustainable and green chemistry, quiz contest, chemical industry Audience: students, general public, industrial chemists, teachers, universities, educational institutions, tertiary education

Symposium "Juist biociden" - A seminar on the 'proper use' of biocides Peter Kugel   |   added on Jan 04, 2011    |    Belgium The Dutch Ministry for Infrastructure and the Environment, the Dutch Inistitute for Public health and the Environment (RIVM) and KUGEL LEGAL organise a seminar on the 'proper use' of biocides. The aim is to bring together all stakeholders and users and to create a long-term 'Knowledge Network on Biocides'
Topic: conferences, biocides, chemical industry, safe use, chemical safety, regulatory affairs, legal requirements Audience: professional chemists, industrial chemists, general public, decision makers, private and professional users, regulatory affairs managers, consumers

Fabbricato dall'uomo. Chimica e modernizzazione in Italia [Man-made. Chemistry and Modernity in Italy] Daniele Pozzi   |   added on Sep 22, 2010    |    Italy Conference on the history of chemical industry, organized by Archivio del Cinema Industriale (Industrial Films Archive) at LIUC University. The conference will show the evolution of industrial chemistry in Italy, from 1940s to 1990, trough contributions of business historians, industrialists and trough historical documentaries
Topic: conferences, chemical industry Audience: students, educators, general public, post graduate students, universities, professors, tertiary education, teachers, high schools, educational institutions, research scientists, industrial chemists, secondary school students