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IUPAC Announces the 2023 Top Ten Emerging Technologies in Chemistry
Research Triangle Park, NC, USA, 17 October 2023: The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) has released the results of the search for the 2023 Top Ten Emerging Technologies in Chemistry. The goal of this project is to showcase the transformative value of chemistry and to inform the general public on the potential of the chemical sciences to foster the well-being of Society and the sustainability of our planet.
The Top Ten Emerging Technologies in Chemistry - Call for Proposals for 2024
The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry IUPAC has released its call for proposals to identify the top ten emerging technologies in chemistry with the results to be announced in 2024.
2024 IUPAC-Solvay International Award for Young Chemists – Call for Nominations
The IUPAC-Solvay International Award for Young Chemists is intended to encourage outstanding young research scientists at the beginning of their careers. The awards are given for the most outstanding Ph.D. theses in the general area of the chemical sciences, as described in a short essay. The award is generously sponsored by Solvay.
Professor Xile Hu wins the 2023 IUPAC-Zhejiang NHU International Award for Advancements in Green Chemistry
The 2023 IUPAC-Zhejiang NHU International Award for Advancements in Green Chemistry was announced and presented during the 49th IUPAC World Chemistry Congress in The Hague, The Netherlands. Professor Xile Hu from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland won the experienced chemist award, while Dr. Mirabbos Hojamberdiev from Technical University Berlin, Dr. Jiayu Peng from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Dr. Zhe Zhuang, from Stanford University, respectively, received the young award.
2024 IUPAC-Richter Prize – Call for Nominations
The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IIUPAC) and Gedeon Richter, Plc. announce the 2024 IUPAC-Richter Prize in Medicinal Chemistry.
Michelle Frei – elle fait briller les cellules
Prix Schläfli 2023: Son travail pourrait révolutionner la microscopie à fluorescence: Michelle Frei a développé à l’EPF de Lausanne et à l’Institut Max Planck de recherche médicale à Heidelberg une nouvelle méthode pour visualiser les processus dans les cellules vivantes. Pour ce travail, elle se voit décerner le Prix Schläfli en chimie.