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Official twitter account of the International Younger Chemists Network. E-mail: IYCN@IUPAC.org
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Thank you to our sponsors! We are glad that our activities in Paris will be sponsored and supported by the following partners:
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IYCN Jun 17
Nomination Call! We are looking for nominations for the Chair, Vice-Chair and Secretary positions. If you would like to run for the election of one of those positions please follow the link for your nomination.
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Fabienne M Jun 14
A poster-related task for is on my 'to do list' today. Distracted however, I read this and watch that ... got it? keep it simple and be comfortable with negative space
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Young Scientists-IUPAC19 Jun 7
And the countdown begins! ⏱️1 month until the and the 👩‍🔬👨‍🔬symposium! To mark the date, here is our program! In the coming days, we'll be introducing some of our invited speakers so stay tuned!
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IYCN Jun 7
A reminder that applications for the IYCN Outreach Competition, sponsored by CAS, are due next Wednesday, 12 June! There are two prizes, worth 250USD each! Download the experiment template and submit it through our competition website before 23:59.
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IUPAC Jun 2
Congratulations to Prof. Xu Hou, for his representation of fermium in . Hou is Prof at Xiamen University China. His bioinspired porous systems bring a new generation of chem design ideas for bio sensing, chem detection, & membrane separation
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IUPAC Jun 2
Congratulations to Dr. Anna Romanchuk, for her representation of mendelevium in . Romanchuk is Senior Scientist at Lomonosov Moscow State Univ Russia. Her research addresses effective clean-up of former nuclear weapon sites & spent nuclear fuels
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IUPAC Jun 2
Congratulations to Dr. Jessica Pandohee of Mauritius, for her representation of lawrencium in . Pandohee is Research Fellow, Edith Cowan Univ, Australia. She uses metabolomics analysis to explore the microbiome and its role in health & diseases
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IUPAC Jun 2
Congratulations to Dr. Lydia Sosa Vargas of Mexico, for her representation of nobelium in . Sosa Vargas is a Researcher at the Sorbonne in France. She explores molecular and nanoscale self-assembling materials for photonics applications
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IUPAC Jun 2
Congratulations to Ms Stephanie Santos-Diaz of Puerto Rico, for her representation of rutherfordium in . Santos-Diaz is PhD candidate at Purdue Univ. She moves learning outside the formal classroom to increase public engagement in chemistry
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IUPAC Jun 2
Congratulations to Dr. Jovana Milic, for her representation of dubnium in . Milic is Scientist at École Polytechnique Fédérale, Lausanne, Switzerland. Her focus is photoredox-switchable molecular grippers as prospective molecular machines.
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IUPAC Jun 2
Congratulations to Dr. Johan Rene Gonzalez Moya of Cuba, for his representation of seaborgium in . Moya is Researcher at Florida International University. He explores recycling of lanthanides to achieve a circular economy in important industries
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IUPAC Jun 2
Congratulations to Ms Yvonne Shuen Lann Choo of Malaysia, for her representation of bohrium in . Choo is a PhD graduate from Newcastle University, UK. Her research focuses on new photoactive polymeric materials to be used in energy applications
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IUPAC Jun 2
Congratulations to Mr Victor Sabanza, for his representation of meitnerium in . Sabanza is undergrad student Spain. He leads a group of five students called “Vaya Elementos!” who are spreading in high schools of his region
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IUPAC Jun 2
Congratulations to Ms Clarice Phelps for her representation of einsteinium in . Phelps is a researcher and project manager at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory , USA. Her research has contributed to the discovery of the element tennessine
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IYCN May 31
Remember the deadline has been extended to 12 June!
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EYCN May 29
Young chemists, don’t miss the opportunity to shape the future science priorities in Europe ! Deadline: June 11th !
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IUPAC May 22
Congratulations to Miss Siba Moussa of Syria for her representation of technetium in . is a PhD candidate developing sensors for neurochemical detection to understand neurodegenerative disorders
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IUPAC May 22
Congratulations to Dr. Thomas Hermans for his representation of francium in . is an assistant professor in France. His research group has recently pioneered a method to create fluidic circuits without walls.
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IUPAC May 22
Congratulations to Dr. Johanna Irrgeher of Austria for her representation of astatine in . Irrgeher is a senior scientist at . She is one of youngest scientists ever elected to IUPAC Commission of isotopic abundances & atomic weights.
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