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Chemistry: A Tradition of Excellence, Solving Society's Most Important Problems -- Then and Now
Megan Kocher | added on Mar 02, 2011 | United States
Exhibit at the University of Minnesota Science & Engineering library celebrating important discoveries and inventions by students, alumni, and faculty from the UMN Chemistry department.
3rd International Conference on Drug Discovery and Therapy
Atif Hussain | added on Dec 14, 2010 | United Arab Emirates
This unique international conference provides a platform for all pharmaceutical scientists, internists and primary care physicians to discuss and learn about all the important international breakthrough developments on drug discovery and on new therapeutics.
Dong-myung Shin | added on Dec 10, 2010 | Korea, Republic Of
Finding Advanced and Integrative Platform for Future Chemical Industry
Informex Asia 2011 - Singapore
Gregory Zheng | added on Dec 01, 2010 | Singapore
An exhibition and conference in Singapore, focusing on fine and specialty chemical industries in Southeast Asia, bringing together high quality buyers and premium sellers on a regional networking platform.
IYC 2011 Celebration in Nigeria
Edu Inam | added on Nov 15, 2010 | Nigeria
The department of chemistry, University of Uyo is hosting a five day program to celebrate chemistry. The activities are generally planned to increase the public understanding and appreciation of chemistry in a society where interest in the subject is diminishing.