Chemistry for Tomorrow's World Policy Events
Bringing together scientists and key policy makers is vital for initiating discussion and, ultimately, stimulating action.
This series will showcase the role that the chemical sciences will play in addressing the priority areas identified in the RSC report 'Chemistry for Tomorrow's World'. The ultimate goal is to demonstrate where we can add value on behalf of the chemical sciences.
Each event will be themed on one or several of the identified future 'challenges' where the chemical sciences can make a difference. A 'Challenge Fact Sheet' will accompany each event to ensure the opportunities for the chemical sciences remain the central context of each forum.
Attendance at these events will be by invitation only. For further information, or to apply for an invitation please contact Mindy Dulai.
6 September 2010, Edinburgh. Speaker - Professor Tsien, 2008 Nobel Prize for Chemistry.
21 October 2010, London. The event will highlight one of the top ten challenges in the RSC Roadmap: Nuclear energy.
23 November 2010, Chemistry Centre, London Speaker - Dr Mike Pitts, Chemistry Innovation Knowledge Transfer Network.
How can the chemical sciences provide technological and sustainable solutions to the problems faced by tomorrow's world? See the RSC's roadmap for the Chemical Sciences.
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Contact and Further Information
Royal Society of Chemistry, Thomas Graham House, Science Park, Milton Road, Cambridge CB4 0WF
Tel: +44 (0) 1223 420066
Fax: +44 (0) 1223 426594