3rd International Younger Chemists Network Newsletter

In our latest newsletter, the Executive Board comments on the March of Science and among other articles, you can find a report about the IYCN presences at the 3rd Annual Meeting of the American Chemical Society (ACS) Nigeria International Chemical Sciences Chapter and the Frühjahrssymposium in Konstanz, Germany. Enjoy reading! #newsletter

IYCN presence at 20th Northeast Student Chemistry Research Conference

The 20th Northeast Student Chemistry Research Conference was hosted this year at Northeastern University's brand new Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex. Every year the Northeastern Section Younger Chemists Committee (NSYCC) organizes a full-day event for post-docs, graduate students, and undergraduates in the region to gain experience in conference presentations. This is intended to prepare the attendees for presenting at larger conferences and practice talking about their science. This year there were over 120 attendees, 6 oral and 72 poster presentations. Vice-Chair Dr. Lori Ferrins served as a judge for the event and Conference Presence Chair Catherine Rawlins and fellow me

IYCN co-organised the poster session at the 3rd Annual Symposium of ACS Nigeria International Chemic

As co-organiser of the poster session, IYCN provided two representatives for judging the presenters at at the 3rd Annual Symposium of ACS Nigeria International Chemical Sciences Chapter. While a third one was ACS representative accompanied by Chemists on tour. At the end of the evaluations, two winners from the two categories emerged: 1) Undergraduate winner: Miss Hamzat Adejoke Temitope from University of Ilorin, Nigeria with an article titled ”Determination of Cadmium in eight Nigeria foodstuffs from different markets in Nigeria”. 2) Post-graduate winner: Miss Inemesid Etuk from University of Uyo, Nigeria, with an article titled ”Distribution and ecological risks of polycyclic aromatic hy

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