Jens Breffke on younger chemists communities

In the latest edition of C&EN, Jens Breffke, Chair of the ACS Committee on International Activities, reviews organizations for younger chemists - including IYCN. See the article here. #IYCNArticle

PhD Opportunity in Atmospheric Chemistry

The Environmental Chemistry and Atmospheric Physics groups in the Department of Environmental Science Systems at ETH Zurich (USYS - ETH) invite applications for a four-year PhD student position as part of a Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) Ambizione project entitled “Organic aerosols’ impact on aerosol-cloud interactions in mixed-phase clouds”. For more information please visit: https://apply.refline.ch/845721/6602/pub/1/index.html Questions regarding the position should be directed to Dr. Nadine Borduas-Dedekind by email nadine.borduas@usys.ethz.ch (no applications) or phone +41 44 63 29386. #Opportunities

Periodic Table of Younger Chemists: Ti, Zr, Y, U

This week, four more elements in the Periodic Table of Younger Chemists were announced. This is an initiative in celebration of the 100th anniversary of IUPAC. We congratulate! - Titanium: Dr. Sammy Verbruggen, Lecturer and Senior Researcher, University of Antwerp, Belgium - Zirconium: Dr. Claudia Bonfio, Research Fellow, MRC Lab of Molecular Biology, Italy - Yttrium: Gabriel dos Passos Gomes, PhD Candidate, Florida State University, Brazil - Uranium: Dr. Shuao Wang, Professor, Soochow University, China If you want to nominate a young chemist, visit https://iupac.org/100/pt-of-chemist/ #PTChemists #IUPAC100

Wellcome Centre for Anti-Infectives Research Conference 2019

The first conference of the Wellcome Centre for Anti-Infectives Research aims to harness cross-disciplinary and cross-disease learning to accelerate drug discovery and reduce drug candidate attrition rates for infectious diseases affecting low and middle income countries. Conference attendees will take home new ideas and technologies which have been demonstrated to work; applying them to diseases where challenges to drug discovery are hampering progress. The organising committee encourage researchers working within disease endemic countries to attend and bring their first-hand knowledge of the impact of infectious diseases to the discussions. 20 travel bursaries worth up to £1,500 are availa

Bursaries to attend IUPAC 2019 Congress and General Assembly in Paris

The Royal Society of Chemistry is offering a number of bursaries for emerging career researchers to attend the next IUPAC World Chemistry Congress and General Assembly in Paris, from 5-12 July 2019. Each bursary offers up to £2,000 towards the cost of travel, registration and accommodation. The deadline for applications is Monday 12 November 2018.To apply, you must be a Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry and resident in the UK or Ireland. You can find more information here: http://www.rsc.org/news-events/articles/2018/sep/bursaries-iupac-paris/. #IUPAC2019 #RSC #travelbursaries

Periodic Table of Younger Chemists: Mo, W, Te, Sr

Today, four more elements in the Periodic Table of Younger Chemists were announced. This is an initiative in celebration of the 100th anniversary of IUPAC. We congratulate! - Molybdenum: Mirabbos Hojamberdiev, Senior Researched, Uzbekistan-Japan Research Center of Youth, Uzbekistan - Tungsten: Nir London, Senior Scientist, The Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel - Tellurium: Emden Sanganyado, PostDoc, Shantou University, Zimbabwe - Strontium: Markita Landry, Assistant Professor, University of California, USA #PTChemists #IUPAC100

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