Events, News, Publications
Symposium "Historical Landmarks Award 2021 Jungfraujoch High Altitude Research Station"
Symposium on the European Chemical Society Historical Landmark Award 2021 that was given to the Jungfraujoch High Altitude Research Station, Switzerland. The Swiss Chemical Society as well as the International Foundation "High Altitude Research Stations Jungfraujoch and Gornergrat" and its partners are very proud to have received this prestigious award and look forward to sharing with you the activities related to the award ceremony. The celebration consists of a one-day symposium in Bern and the official award ceremony on the Jungfraujoch.Image: Konsta Punkka
135th General Assembly of the SFC
In the run-up to the SFSM 2023, the General Assembly will take place. More details will follow and will be sent out with the invitation.Image: Manu Friederich
Swiss Food Science Meeting 2023
"Future Food and Dietary Supplements - Risks & Analytical Solutions" will take place on 28 and 29 June 2023.Image: Bild von 泊悦 枫美 auf Pixabay
Fällanden und Zürich neu auf der Landkarte der historischen Stätten der Chemie
Die Firma Bruker und die ETH Zürich haben zusammen die chemischen Analysen in den Material- und Lebenswissenschaften revolutioniert. Für ihre Leistungen zur Entwicklung der Kernresonanzspektroskopie werden ihre Wirkungsorte nun mit dem Chemical Landmark 2021 ausgezeichnet.Image: Gregor Forster
2023 Distinguished Women in Chemistry/Chemical Engineering Award – Call for Nominations
The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) is pleased to announce the call for nominations for the IUPAC 2023 Distinguished Women in Chemistry or Chemical Engineering Awards. The purpose of the awards program, initiated as part of the 2011 International Year of Chemistry celebrations, is to acknowledge and promote the work of women in chemistry/chemical engineering worldwide.
Scientific Editor for Pure and Applied Chemistry – Call for Nominations
Professor Hugh D. Burrows, Scientific Editor of Pure and Applied Chemistry, is stepping down at the end of 2022 after serving as Scientific Editor since 2014. IUPAC requests nominations and/or applications to succeed Professor Burrows in this position.