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Some of the highlights are:
- ECC6 in Seville
- EuChemS General Assembly
- EuChemS-ACS MoU
- Seville Declaration on Chemical Weapons
Open Science; Antimicrobial Resistance; Mission to Chile
Shadowing an MEP; Invitation to ECC6 in Seville; EYCN at ECC6
EuChemS General Assembly; Interview with EUCYS EuChemS Award; EuChemS Executive Board: Meet the Members
Countdown to 6ECC; EuChemS meets ACS in Boston; EuChemS Executive Board: Meet the Members
Remembering first victims of chemical weapons; Policy news; EuChemS-ECTN MoU; IUPAC distinguished women
EuChemS´ strategic planning; EuChemS-ECTN closer cooperation; Chemistry for the Future of Europe; Solar-Driven Chemistry; Updates on EuChemS Congress 2016
President´s letter “Europe Should be a Chemical Free Zone”; Highlights from EuChemS General Assembly 2014; EuChemS Lecture Award 2014; Policy Updates
5th EuChemS Chemistry Congress (5ECC) in Istanbul; Interview with Prof Helena Grennberg, chair of the 5ECC scientific committee; EYCN activities in Istanbul
EuChemS – JRC joint activities; European employment survey for chemists and chemical engineers successfully completed; Expo 2015; EuChemS annual report.
EuChemS – STOA Workshop on Energy Storage; Important updates on the 5th EuChemS Chemistry Congress in Istanbul; EuChemS contribution to the public consultation on the sustainable use of phosphorus; EuChemS General Assembly adopted new Constitution; Calls for EuChemS Lecture and Award for Service 2014.
EuChemS Chemistry Congress 2014; EuChemS General Assembly 2013 in Budapest;David Cole-Hamilton is new EuChemS President Elect;Policy news.
Themes of the EuChemS Chemistry Congress 2014; More mobility: Electronic professional card on its way; European employment survey starts; Euroanalysis 2013 in Warsaw; ICCE 2013 in Barcelona
Budapest: EuChemS meetings and Energy conference; Introducing scientific committee for Istanbul Congress; Report an organic electronics; New board of European Young Chemists Network; SusChem stakeholder meeting.
EuChemS supports employment survey of European chemists; Annual meeting of young chemists in St. Petersburg: EuChemS vacancies; Call for nominations for Lecture Award 2013; 3rd European Energy Conference
General assembly in Dublin 2012; EuChemS and social media; EuChemS Award for Service to Hans-Joachim Freund; Ilan Marek elected as chair of Organic Division; Division of Analytical Chemistry: tribute to Yuri Zolotov
Succesful 4th EuChemS Chemistry Congress in Prague; Career Days in Prague; SCF awarded bi-national prizes; BioNMR at its best in Italy; Green chemistry in Venezia; New chairs of Divisions/Working Parties
Loving challenges: Helena Grennberg is scientific chair for 5th ECC in Istanbul; Shining a light on solar fuels; Marc Taillefer wins European Sustainable Chemistry Award; Award for Service: José Empis; Chemistry for a better life; European Young Chemists Network with a new structure.
Let’s meet in Prague; The International year of chemistry continues in France; News from and for European young chemists; Sweden’s short IYC videos; EuChemS contribution to the European Research Area; Events 2012.
General Assembly 2011 in Belgrade; Evelyn McEwan receives EuChemS Award; Euroanalysis 2011 in Belgrade; Environmental chemistry: ICCE 2011 in Zurich; Roadmap for chemical sciences; Chemistry for life sciences; Safety of nanomaterials; Career Days 2012 in Prague; EuChemS promotes the European Chemist designation; Chemistry for a better life; Events 2012, 2014.
EuChemS has a new Secretary General: Nineta Majcen; Exchange programme: Young chemists crossing borders; Japan and Germany cooperate; First National Chemistry Congress launched in Hungary; GDCh award winners; Alfredo Sanz Medel gave EuChemS Lecture in Belgrad; First female GDCh President: Barbara Albert; IUPAC General assembly; First female HCS President: Livia Simon Sarkadi; New EuChemS website; EuroFoodChem conference took place in Poland; Young Investigators Workshop; In Vino Analytica Scientia; Events 2012.
Policy Development Group visits Brussels; Chemistry for green solutions; New website: Slovak Chemical Society cooperates with BASF; The EurChem qualification; Distinguished women chemists and chemical engineers; Special issue: Chlorine-free synthesis for green chemistry; First female RSC President: Lesley Yellowlees
Launch of IYC 2011 in Paris; Roadmap for Chemical Sciences; EuChemS Networking breakfast ‘Women sharing a chemical moment’ with MEPs Edit Herczog (Hungary), Maria da Graça Carvalho (Portugal) and Britta Thomsen (Denmark); How European young chemists promote chemistry; EuChemS identify key areas in European research; Measurement science summer school in Poland.
General Assembly 2010 in Bled; Ulrich Schubert, new President of EuChemS; FP7 evaluation: EuChemS response; Young Investigator’s workshop; Conference on women chemists; Division of Computational Chemistry activities; First graduates of Euromaster in Measurement Science; EuChemS views on chemicals industry
EuChemS Congress in Nürnberg: Building on success; Matthias Beller presented with the first European Sustainable Chemistry Award; Micheal Grätzel gives the EuChemS Lecture; Chemical Organisations issue calendar for IYC 2011
The European Research Council: From Programme to institution; New EuChemS Executive Board meet in Brussels; Catherine Feore: EuChemS New Policy Development Manager; Matthias Beller wins the first European Sustainable Chemistry Award; New Working Party on solid state chemistry; CLP implementation and Reach: Europe can benefit from EuChemS competence; Science against poverty conference at La Granja, nr. Segovia
SPECIAL EDITION – EuChemS Newsletter to mark the occasion of the 3rd EuChemS Chemistry Congress in Nürnberg
See you soon in Nürnberg! – an invitation from Luis Oro, EuChemS President; Key speakers; Career days; Awards; Sponsors … and more
Nürnberg: Why your presence is so important; “Eastern Europe in the focus”; New ERC President; EYCN Delegate Assembly; Congratulations to Hungary; New European Education Network Conferences on Computational Chemistry and Pigments in Food; 50th anniversary of Nobel Prize for polarography
EuChemS GA in Interlaken; New EuChemS Executive members; Euroanalysis 2009 in Innsbruck; The Federation of African Societies of Chemistry; Portrait, Polish Chemical Society; RSC-GDCh Lecture; Nürnberg, call for papers; Sustainable Chemistry Award, applications invited
Joint Programming – a EuChemS view; Working Party on the History of Chemistry: new Chair; Revaitalized Working Party on Chemistry for Cultural Heritage; Applications invited for the Sustainable Chemistry Award; EYCN Delegates Assembly 2010 in Switzerland; Chemistry Congress 2010: EuChemS in the movies; Euroean Energy Conference in Barcelona 2010
EuChemS future strategy; Centenary of the Italian Chemical Society; New EYCN Steering group; Achema 2009 generates optimism; Sustainable Chemistry Award; Global Helsinki Chemicals Forum; News for analytical chemists; Hubert Mandery appointed as Cefic Director General
International Year of Chemistry 2011; “European Chemist” designation awarded by EuChemS ECRB; Global challenges – RSC Roadmap; Bologna process update; EuChemS and EPS to jointly organise the European Energy Conference in 2010; Euroanalysis 2009; Portrait: Div of Nuclear and Radiochemistry
General Assembly Norway; Science on Stage: Spectacular science lessons; Jiri Barek gives the Heyrovsky-IlLkovic-Nernst Lecture; EuChemS ICCE 2009; History of Chemistry Conference
Luis Oro, the new EuChemS President on Creating a European identity among chemical societies; Promoting EuChemS in Brussels; Chemistry as global science: the 2nd EuChemS Congress
Eurobachelor and Euromaster: the end of the beginning; Young Chemists celebrate first anniversary; New Working Party on Green and Sustainable Chemistry; EuChemS visited European Commission; Portrait: the Catalan Society of Chemistry
Chemists meet in Torino; EUROCORES for chemists; New Reports on European research; More chemistry in energy supply; RSC supports EuChemS Networking for society members
EuChemS General Assembly in Frankfurt