Chemistry in Europe 2021 – 1
Have you read the most recent edition of Chemistry in Europe Newsletter?
In February 2021, the first issue of our quarterly newsletter Chemistry in Europe (CiE) 2021-1 has been released. It includes an editorial from Floris Rutjes, EuChemS President, policy and research updates, and various articles from EuChemS Member Societies and Professional Networks. We also interviewed EuChemS Vice-President, Pilar Goya, who was recently awarded the HonFRSC designation of the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC).
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What to expect in this issue...
Light at the end of the tunnel
EuChemS at #GWB2021
Together for more Chemistry
Year Book 2020
Prosciutto pizza for vegans: haute cuisine?
How can plants become sensors of toxic chemicals?
Recovering non-conventional water sources to combat water scarcity
- Members’ Perspectives
GDCh and ACS panel discussion about the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
News from the Hungarian Chemical Society
Bridging Christmas Traditions
Welcome in your new role at EuChemS!
Pilar Goya awarded the HonFRSC designation
EYCN Podcast – Chemistry to your ears
- Chemistry Talks NEW
A European Chemist, If Not A World Citizen
‘Chemistry Talks’ – a new section for more chemistry
Following an initiative of the EuChemS Outreach Task Group, we are introducing a new section into the Chemistry in Europe (CiE) newsletter: ‘Chemistry Talks’. In this new section, we want to bring publications from across Europe under the spotlight of EuChemS’ readers and bring forward articles of interest which are originally published elsewhere.
The first contribution to the “Chemistry Talks’ new section is from Chemistry Views on the Chemistry Europe Fellows Award Ceremony.
We would like to invite all EuChemS member organisations to contact us and exchange with us their articles published in national journals (either in their native language or in English). With your cooperation, we can re-publish them in the CiE newsletter, thus making them available for a wider audience.
If you consider accepting this invitation or if you have some questions, get in touch via email!
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