IYCN at EuCheMS 2018

Our vice- chair, Lori presented IYCN at EuCheMS2018. We talked already to lots of people interested in IYCN. A couple of our active members are around the next days as well. Additionally, we were at the network reception of EYCN at EuCheMS2018. We met a lot of interested people and had an awesome evening! #EuChemS #IYCNPresence

IYCN presence's at the ACS Boston meeting

IYCN is pleased to announce that a group of our members will attend the 256th ACS National Meeting & Exposition, at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, 415 Summer St. Boston 02210. We will have two presentations, on August 20th and 21st: August 20th, 2:35 PM – 3:05 PM (Waterfront Ballroom 1A/1B - Seaport World Trade Center) August 21st, 3:15 PM – 3:55 PM (Marina Ballroom II – Westin Boston Waterfront). See you there! #ACS #IYCNPresence

ACS GCI Job Opportunity

The American Chemical Society Green Chemistry Institute (ACS GCI) opened a position as Scientific Communications Program Assistant: "The assistant would work with the GCI's scientific communications and program support, including annual conferences, education initiatives, and industry collaborations, among others. This is a full-time, contract position located at the ACS headquarters in Washington, DC." More information can be found in the pdf.

Travel Grants opportunity

The Royal Society of Chemistry has grants opportunities for PhD students and early career researchers for attending RSC meetings. A second grants option allows members apply to their Division for a competitive grant for their attendance at any scientific conference anywhere in the world. See Royal Society of Chemistry's web page for more information. #travelbursaries

4th International Younger Chemists Network Newsletter

We are excited to launch the latest issue of the IYCN Newsletter. In this issue, you can read about the IYCN presence at the 20th Northeast Student Chemistry Research Conference (USA), 1st TYAN International Thematic Workshop (Argentina) and IYCN Representation at EYCN Delegates Assembly (Italy). You can also find the first eight chemists selected for the IUPAC’s Periodic Table of Younger Chemists. Enjoy reading! #newsletter

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