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The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) serves to advance the worldwide aspects of the chemical sciences.
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IUPAC 8h
Special Delivery! All of our awardees from the Periodic Table of Younger Chemists have a surprise on the way. Are you interested in applying or nominating a younger chemist? Find out more here:
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IUPAC 15h
Congratulations to and all our wonderful element awardees.
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OPCW Sep 19
is seeking that inspire, transform, and thrive on tackling emerging challenges. Do you have strong leadership and management skills? Apply for one of our new (D-2) positions:
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EuChemS Sep 19
Element scarcity can no longer be ignored. We need to find urgent solutions to prevent some of the natural elements that make up the world around us from running out. This unique aims to demonstrate just how serious this threat is
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IUPAC Sep 18
Congrats to Jose Vicente Climent for his representation of Barium in the . Climent is Nat’l Market Access Liaison Manager Madrid. Climent is a chemist and an MBA working in Immuno-Oncology. He has co-founded a new drug discovery investment platform
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IUPAC Sep 16
Who will be added next? Nominate an inspiring younger chemist from your country or organization. Help us to populate the next eight elements - Cr, Be, V, Nb, Ta, Pd, Ce, and Os. Deadline is October 1.
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OPCW Sep 16
is offering internships for young professionals with backgrounds in , , , , , , and more. Apply now:
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IUPAC Sep 16
So Proud that 4 Outstanding Younger Chemists were added to today! N - Xiaoguang Lei; Ba - Jose Vincent Climent; Cl - ; and Mn - Teera Chantarojsiri. ,
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IUPAC Sep 16
Congrats Teera Chantarojsiri for her representation of Manganese in the . Chantarojsiri is a lecturer in Bangkok, Thailand. She works on methods to tune redox properties of transition metal complexes that act as small molecule activation catalysts
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IUPAC Sep 16
Congrats to for her representation of Chlorine in the . Goher is a graduate student , Egypt. Her research focuses on development of small molecules modulators of the Nuclear Hormone Receptors for the treatment of diabetes.
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IUPAC Sep 16
Congrats to Xiaoguang Lie for his representation of Nitrogen in the . Lie is Prof. & Dir. of Chem Cnt at Nat’l Inst Biol Sci Beijing (NIBS). He works at interface of and , in function-oriented synthesis and mechanism-driven biomedical research.
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IUPAC Sep 10
Congrats to all 4 of our outstanding new elements; Sukdev Bag (Bi), Marielle Yasmine Agbahoungbata (Mg), Paul Topham (H), and Shannon Esswein (O) and to all selected so far. The next 4 elements: N, Ba, Cl and Mn will be announced 16Sept at 22-ICOS in Florence, Italy.
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IUPAC Sep 10
Congratulations to Shannon Esswein for her representation of Oxygen in the Periodic Table of Younger Chemists. Esswein is a Ph.D. candidate at . She strives to employ a wide range of tools in physical and biological chemistry to address global health challenges.
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IUPAC Sep 10
Congratulations to Paul D. Topham for his representation of Hydrogen in the Periodic Table of Younger Chemists. Topham is a professor in UK. He works on design, synthesis & characterisation of polymers for real world applications.
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IUPAC Sep 10
Congratulations to Marielle Yasmine Agbahoungbata for her representation of Magnesium in the Periodic Table of Younger Chemists. She is Vice-Director of MathFinEco University in Benin & has developed novel photocatalysts for environmental remediation.
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IUPAC Sep 10
Congratulations to Sukdev Bag for his representation of Bismuth in the Periodic Table of Younger Chemists. Bag is currently a Ph.D. Student in the Dept. Chem. . He is currently pursuing his doctoral studies on the area of remote C-H functionalization.
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IUPAC Sep 10
#iupac100 Interested in hosting the 2025 World Chemistry Conference and General Assembly? Open to all current National Adhering Organizations-See info @
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IUPAC Sep 9
The next round of awardees for the Periodic Table of Younger Chemists will be during the 8th IUPAC Conference on Green Chemistry in Thailand on September 10th, stay tuned!
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IUPAC Aug 23
Younger Chemist Spotlight: Julian G West: via
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IUPAC Aug 23
I added a video to a playlist Younger Chemist Spotlight: Julian G West
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