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Join us in celebrating the International Year of the Periodic Table in 2019! Livestream on 29/01 from Paris:
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DLMPST/IUHPST Aug 9
Symposium organised by Hasok Chang explains "Why philosophers should care about the periodic table"
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IYPT2019 Aug 16
Do you know what elements are most abundant on the planets in our solar system? Find out via this website:
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IYPT2019 Jul 30
What do you think? Which element is the most boring or least interesting?
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IYPT2019 Jul 9
Prof. Christopher Brett mentions the many and great celebrations of at . The year is only halfway. Keep up the beautiful celebrations!
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IYPT2019 Jul 9
More information will follow shortly on the website. .
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IYPT2019 Jul 8
has a special session for the 150th anniversary of the Periodic Table. A view on the historical perspective.
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IYPT2019 Jul 8
The poster is attached to the board. Visit us at 16:00h at the Arlequin Bar (3rd Floor) at if you want more information about . Hope seeing you there!
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IYPT2019 Jul 8
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All persons that are selected to represent an element can now be found here:
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IYPT2019 Jul 8
The final six will be reveiled shortly. Hereby the 112 persons that are now in the Periodic Table of Younger Chemists.
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IYPT2019 Jul 8
Have you tried playing the already? explains at how it works. Try it now!
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Jorge Colón Jul 8
The closing ceremony of the will be held in Japan in December 2019.
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IYPT2019 Jul 8
The Closing Ceremony of will take place in Tokyo, Japan. More information can be found on . It was just announced at .
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IYPT2019 Jul 7
Nobel Prize laureate Jean Marie Lehn talks about the importance of the Periodic Table at .
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IYPT2019 Jul 7
has officially started. A lot of chemists coming together in Paris to celebrate all aspects of chemistry, including the Periodic Table.
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IUPAC Jun 26
Trinidad and Tobago 🇹🇹 has just become the 118th Country to join the , playing as francium! We couldn't have asked for a better birthday gift for our 100th anniversary in France next week. One country for each chemical element! 🎂🍾🎉
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JavierGarciaMartinez Jun 16
While we celebrate the , some chemical elements are at the center of a commercial war. We urgently need a better way to use our scarce resources and to intensify our efforts in to replace endangered elements with abundant solutions.
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Cefic Jun 11
The of Chemical Elements has been named by as one of the most significant achievements in . Test your knowledge how much do you know about the elements? 📋
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IYPT2019 Jun 6
Moscow-based design company Art. Lebedev Studio have released a new Periodic Table which can be adapted for any task. Create your own Periodic Table now for free via More information can be found here:
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IYPT2019 Jun 4
Care to visit the elements? You can!
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IYPT2019 May 28
Replying to @seeshashin
There are lots of events going on. Take a look on our website and our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts . Good luck and share the celebrations!
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