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The End of the International Year of Chemistry?

11:46 AM MST | December 19, 2011 | —Alex Scott in Brussels

Tribute in Brussels Closes the Initiative on a High Note oh no it is not. Do not think for one minute that the International Year of Chemistry (IYC) is being kicked into the long grass. The legacy of IYC is set to continue well beyond this year’s organized series of chemistry events and discussions. Leading chemical companies have pledged to continue to talk more about all of the good stuff that chemistry can do; collaborate more closely with academia and policy makers ; and expand their programs to engage with students. IYC, additionally, is a catalyst...

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