POSTPONED - First Commonwealth Chemistry Congress

18 - 21 May 2020, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago


This event is by invitation only

Postponement of First Commonwealth Chemistry Congress
After careful consideration of the coronavirus situation and the latest information on travel restrictions, the Commonwealth Chemistry Executive Board has made the decision to postpone the First Commonwealth Chemistry Congress in Trinidad and Tobago, 18-21 May 2020. There has been regular contact with the local organising committee Chair and different options have been explored, but given the latest health news and travel restrictions that delegates are experiencing we have made the difficult decision to postpone. The Congress will be rescheduled and we will be in touch with participants once we have newly confirmed dates.
Introduction
Commonwealth Chemistry, the Federation of Commonwealth Chemical Sciences Societies, is delighted to announce that the inaugural Commonwealth Chemistry Congress (CCC) will take place at the Trinidad and Tobago campus of the University of West Indies from 18-21 May 2020.

The Commonwealth is a uniquely diverse group of nations with shared values and a powerful voice. It represents all corners of the globe with a population of 2.4 billion and includes both advanced economies and developing countries. It is home to 12% of the world’s researchers and accounts for around 10% of global research and development expenditure. With an estimated 60% of its population under the age of 30, the Commonwealth is set to play an ever more important role in the world’s future – a future that will present many challenges where science can identify solutions.

Bringing together chemists from across the Commonwealth under the banner of equality for all, the Commonwealth Chemistry Congress will promote the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), strengthen scientific capacity, inspire and elevate the role of the chemical sciences to society and policy makers, and celebrate achievements in chemistry. Representatives from chemical societies across the Commonwealth will join high level stakeholders from academia, industry and government at this meeting. The Congress will have a strong focus on early career chemists across the Commonwealth, with the aim of furthering their career development, enabling joint research and education activities, and providing training on policy and communicating research outputs. 
 
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The University of the West Indies

The University of the West Indies, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago

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Commonwealth Chemistry and The University of the West Indies.
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