The EuCheMS Chemistry Congress is an internationally respected, large-scale event for the chemical sciences. With a theme of ‘Molecular frontiers and global challenges’, the scope and scale of the 2018 congress means that there will be abundant opportunities to gather information, network and develop your knowledge alongside leaders in your field.
Attend the 7th EuCheMS Chemistry Congress and you’ll get the chance to:
Hear a wide selection of talks from field experts like Frances Arnold, Ben Feringa and Omar Yaghi across seven interdisciplinary themes, including:
- chemistry in the life sciences;
- energy, environment and sustainability;
- inorganic chemistry advances;
- materials, interfaces and devices;
- organic chemistry advances; and
- physical and analytical chemistry advances.
Meet a diverse mix of researchers, decision makers and service providers, offering you multiple opportunities to strengthen existing connections and forge new ones.
Contribute to discussions and workshops on topics including diversity and training techniques, building your transferable knowledge.
Be exposed to the latest technologies, helping to keep you up to date with advances in your area of work.
Share experiences with other attendees from your sector at similar career stages (including for early career attendees, an extensive programme of events organised by the European Young Chemist’s Network).
About the series
The EuCheMS Chemistry Congresses reflect the outstanding research being done in Europe and around the world by bringing together chemists from different countries and professional backgrounds to exchange ideas, advance knowledge and discuss key issues for chemistry and society. As such, the 7th EuCheMS Chemistry Congress offers you exceptional opportunities to network with chemists from across Europe and beyond.
Registration is now open, via an online system and full payment is required to guarantee your booking.
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