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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
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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Wits University Sep 6
🧪We would like to congratulate Dr Sadhna Mathura, sessional lecturer at Wits School of Chemistry, who is the 🔝first women in Africa & South Africa to be awarded with the honour of representing Cobalt in the Table of Younger Chemists. 👏🏿👏🏿
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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
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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Mary Garson May 6
in Torino- consider nominating for the Periodic Table of Younger Chemists; entries welcome!
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Mary Garson Dec 21
Start making plans to celebrate major chemistry events in 2019 - both IYPTCE and IUPAC100; .
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Julian West Jul 2
Honored to be recognized as Au on the Periodic Table of ! Looking forward to watching the table fill up!
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Mary Garson Sep 10
Congratulations to Mr Sukdev Bag (India; Bismuth), Dr Marielle Yasmine (Benin; magnesium), Prof Paul Topham (UK, hydrogen), Ms Shannon Esswein (USA, oxygen), the latest four additions to Periodic Table of Younger Chemists.
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Caitlyn Mills Jul 3
Congrats !!! 🙌🏻👨🏼‍🔬👏🏻
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Mary Garson Jul 2
Great to see a young NZer be immortalised by Ag on ; well done Matthew!
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Fabienne M Aug 28
Will you et al invite this chicken (or 100 of them!?) next July for the Congress celebrating ??😉
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Laura McConnell May 14
Huge crowds at . Some interesting talks on Groundwater monitoring. Topics relevant to
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IUPAC Jul 3
has issued its first newsetter. We are so proud of our new Periodic Table of Younger Chemists winners! Help us to populate all the elements with shining star from your country.
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Mary Garson May 31
Younger chemists from around the globe - still time to put in your nomination for the first 8 elements (Cu Pb, Au, Ag, Fe, C, Sn, S) of the the Periodic table of Younger Chemists . Deadline now June 11 - go for it!!
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Mary Garson Sep 23
Young chemists - make plans to attend Paris
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Fabienne M Aug 2
This announcement will come from Japan
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Mary Garson Jul 28
Many issues for creative chemists to address over future years! . Let’s look forward to next years special celebrations!
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Mary Garson Apr 6
We all have reached - let the meetings begin! on the agenda!
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