EuChemS Policy Workshops

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Conscious of the importance to link science to society, EuChemS organises policy workshops where science meets citizens and policymakers to debate and provide scientific feedback and answers to some of the most pressing challenges we face.

Upcoming events

TBA

Past events

EuChemS Global Women’s Breakfasts

EuChemS @Global Women’s Breakfast 2024 – Catalysing Diversity: How to Tackle Our Current Biases

EuChemS @Global Women’s Breakfast 2023 – Women scientists at the forefront of global conflicts

EuChemS @Global Women’s Breakfast 2022

EuChemS @Global Women’s Breakfast 2021

EuChemS Periodic Table Workshops

2023

The role of Chemicals in our daily life: The Phosphorus element – feeding the World and beyond

2022

The Nitrogen Element – Sustainable food production?

2021

The Lithium Element – Enabler of the Energy Transition

The Carbon Element – Key towards a sustainable society

2019

The Periodic Table and us: its history, meaning, and element scarcity

EuChemS Science-Policy Events

2020

The value is on circularity – Recycling-reusing-reinvesting on critical raw materials

2018

Parkinson’s disease: causes and cures

2017

Future-Oriented Chemistry – How We Can Deliver the Paris Agreement

Glyphosate: Harmless Tool or Sneaky Poison?From Waste to Health

Solving Antibiotic Resistance (STOA Workshop)

2015

Protecting Endangered Elements

Zero Carbon Energy: The Future

Integrating CO₂ in the Value Chain – The Role of Chemistry

2014

Chemistry for the Future of Europe – Energy, Food, Environment

The Energy Storage Challenge: Which Contribution from Chemical Sciences?

2013

Sustainable Chemistry: Supporting Research, Innovation and Competitiveness in Europe

2011

Chemistry for a Better Life (STOA Workshop)

Academic career and Open Science events

2021

Towards a more inclusive chemistry community

2019

Chemical Sciences for Horizon Europe, education & employability

2017

Preparing for employment in a global workforce

2016

Science: How Close to Open?

2015

(Re)searching for Jobs

2014

A First Look at the European Survey on the Employability of Chemists