- IYCN Experiment database contains a list of experiments and guidance for sharing chemistry with the public and with students that typically does not rely on the use of technical equipment. These have been translated into various languages through the IYCN network of volunteers and are freely available for download
- Gender Gap in Science Project. A global approach to the Gender Gap in Mathematical, Computing, and Natural Sciences: How to Measure It? How to Reduce it?
- IUPAC Global Women’s Breakfast (GWB) is a global event held on a single day each year. The overall purpose of the GWB is to establish an on-going virtual network where women and mail allies in the chemical and related sciences can connect with each other in a meaningful way to support the professional aspirations of women.
- IUPAC100 Stories are summaries of essential tools for scientists created by IUPAC over the last 100 years.
- IUPAC Periodic Table Challenge is an online competition designed to test your knowledge of the Periodic Table of Elements. Anyone can play.
- IUPAC Periodic Table of the Isotopes was established to provide educational outreach to highlight the importance of both stable and radioactive isotopes in everyday life.
- IUPAC Color Books are the world’s authoritative resource for chemical nomenclature, terminology, and symbols.
- Pure and Applied Chemistry (PAC) is IUPAC’s official journal. It includes recommendations, technical reports, and lectures from conferences.
- Chemistry International (CI) is the newsmagazine of IUPAC.
- To learn more about the PTChemists click here to read the article in CI.
- IUPAC Periodic Table of Elements is the latest release of the Periodic Table.
- IUPAC YouTube Channel contains recordings of Periodic Table of Younger Chemists videos, webinars, and other IUPAC and IYCN sponsored content.
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- Call for papers for a special issue themed: “Examples of the use of the principles of green chemistry and sustainable development in the design of industrial processes for secondary chemistry and for introductory chemistry courses” In secondary education, as well as in introductory chemistry courses in higher education more and more attention is given […]
- During the 2019 Council Meeting in Paris, an attendee raised the point that two topics were the subject of high interest in his geographic region, specifically the uses of Blockchain Technology and Artificial Intelligence in scientific research and related activities. To follow-up with these questions, a Task Force was established to develop a White Paper […]
- A new issue of Pure and Applied Chemistry -November 2020- is now available on De Gruyter Online. The post eTOC Alert ‘Pure and Applied Chemistry’ – Nov 2020 appeared first on IUPAC | International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry.
- The International Union or Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) has released the results of its 2020 search for the Top Ten Emerging Technologies in Chemistry. The post IUPAC Announces the 2020 Top Ten Emerging Technologies in Chemistry appeared first on IUPAC | International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry.
- The International Year of the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements 2019 Common Language for Science The International Year of the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements 2019 (IYPT2019) has been celebrated during the year in over 130 countries, with well over a thousand events and festivities, reaching millions of young and old people, scientists and non-scientists. […]