Pan Africa Chemistry Network
With a special focus on the Millennium Development Goals and the countries of Central Africa, the Network will ultimately span the entire Continent.
Launched in London on 21 November 2007 and in Nairobi on 27 May 2008, the Pan Africa Chemistry Network aims to help African countries to integrate into regional, national and international scientific networks.
The Network represents an innovative approach to working with the science community in Africa
Aims to promote the advancement of the chemical sciences and the practice of chemistry for the development, aspiration and objective of the people in Africa
All events being held in Africa which are organised jointly by the RSC
Find more about our activities in Africa, including schools outreach, conferences and workshops.
This report summarises the conclusions and recommendations emerging from the '1st PACN Congress on Agricultural Productivity' in 2011
Report from the PACN's 'Sustainable Water Conference'
05 May 2011 - This unique report summarises the conclusions and recommendations emerging from the PACN Green Chemistry Conference in 2010
University of Nairobi, Chemistry Department
University of Addis Ababa
Based in Johannesburg (North) and Cape Town (South)
Archives for Africa
The RSC provides FREE access to RSC electronic journals in African libraries
Access To Chemistry
This educational resource is now free to the Pan Africa Chemistry Network
Register for Free access to the online textbook "Access to Chemistry" for African schools and universities
This book effectively forms a self-study course, which is split into separate modules and units covering all concepts required for those needing a basic knowledge of chemistry.
PACN: Four Years On Brochure
Read about the achievements of the Pan African Chemistry Network after four years.
PACN: Three Years On Brochure
Download this booklet to learn more about the developments of the Pan Africa Chemistry Network.
PACN: Two Years On Brochure
Looking at the growth and achievements of the Pan Africa Chemistry Network since its inception in 2007
PACN: One Year On Brochure
A summary of the first year of PACN activities
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Pan Africa Chemistry Network webpage
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Contact and Further Information
Dr Helen Bailey
International Development Manager, LA & Africa
Thomas Graham House, Science Park, Milton Road, Cambridge, CB4 0WF