This webinar focuses on science communication and shares insights from two early-career scientists who have experience in science communication as part of their research programs and positions. Following presentations from […]
ChemVoices is the result of a partnership between IUPAC and IYCN and was created to showcase the talents and impact of early-career scientists worldwide. It is a platform to discuss issues that are relevant and of immediate concern to early-career scientists.
In collaboration with the organizers of the Global Women’s Breakfast (#GWB2021) we recorded a series of short interviews with panellists: • Dr. Laura McConnell (@LauraLeeMc), Bayer Crop Science• Dr. Lori […]
This webinar highlights the professional background and collaborative experiences of three early-career chemists who have successfully built and managed international collaborative networks. After their introduction, a moderated panel discussion takes […]
The Periodic Table of Younger Chemists was conceived by members of the International Younger Chemists Network (IYCN) during the IUPAC General Assembly held in Brazil in August 2017 and led […]
We are preparing a series of webinars featuring those who were recognized in the Periodic Table of Younger Chemists (PTChemists) with the award of an element for their contribution to […]
The IUPAC Periodic Table Challenge was originally designed as an online quiz about all of the 118 chemical elements as a way to engage students, and offer an opportunity to […]
As we face increasingly complex problems, for which we must make evidence-based decisions, the voice and work of young scientists is more important today than ever before. At IUPAC, young chemists have a platform and a community of peers that provide them with the means and resources to grow and work together so chemistry will continue improving our quality of life and helping to solve the great problems of our time. ChemVoices is a wonderful new initiative and an opportunity to young chemists to discuss, share, and work on new ideas to advance chemistry worldwide.