EuCheMs  European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences


Welcome to EuCheMS

European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences (EuCheMS)

The European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences (EuCheMS) brings together chemistry related organisations throughout Europe to provide a single voice on key science and policy issues, based on expert scientific knowledge.

"Europe Should Be a Chemical Free Zone"

If you want to change this common unscientific misconception, then EuCheMS is for YOU!
Join us in co-creating The Voice for Chemistry in Europe by filling in this form.
To know more, read the letter from Prof David Cole-Hamilton, EuCheMS President.

 

Highlights


Energy, Science and Technology 2015

Karlsruhe, Germany

20 - 22 May 2015

Energy, Science and Technology Conference will focus on today`s three major challenges related to energy research:

  • Sustainable and safe energy production by using renewable energy sources
  • Reducing the need for energy by energy efficient technologies
  • Storage and distribution of energy in complex and flexible energy systems and grid

The deadline for poster abstracts submission is 31 January 2015.

Expo 2015

EXPO 2015 will take place in Milan, Italy. The main theme will be 'Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life'. EuCheMS and the Consiglio Nazionale dei Chimici believe that EXPO 2015 will be an amazing opportunity to raise awareness to the importance of chemical sciences in society. It will also provide an important forum of exchange of ideas between scientists, young researchers and the general public.

With these objectives in mind, a series of EuCheMS-CNC talks will take place during the Expo2015 at the EU Pavilion:

23 June 2015
Remediation of eco-systems contaminated with priority toxic substances
Valery Petrosyan, Lomonosov Moscow State University

7 July 2015
Energy storage
Claire Grey, University of Cambridge

2 September 2015
Water - most vital for life
Fritz Frimmel, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Karlsruhe

28 September 2015
Molecular secrets of the Italian gastronomy
Rosangela Marchelli, University of Parma


Other speakers, topics and venues will soon be announced.