Thursday, January 21, 2010

Year 2011 was named the International Year of Chemistry in 2011.

precisely in 2011 was named the International Year of Chemistry in 2011 (International Year of Chemistry - IYC 2011 - Our Life, Our Future). The idea of the International Year of Chemistry in 2011 was first launched in August 2007 at a general meeting of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) in Turin Italy. This idea was well received by the board of the UN and the UN meeting in December 2008, IUPAC and the Organization of Education, Science, and Culture of the United Nations (UNESCO) agreed to celebrate the year 2011 as International Year of Chemistry. Year 2011 also coincided with the commemoration of 100 years of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for Mme Maria Sklodowska Curie, who is also in remembrance of the contribution of women to science.

The role of chemicals in human life is so important, all good solid material, solvents and gases are composed of various chemical elements and even the whole process of life is determined by various chemical reactions. IUPAC and UNESCO realized it was time to commemorate the success of chemistry and its contribution to human life.

"International Year of Chemistry will increase the global appreciation of the development of chemical science in our lives and our future. I hope this commemoration can increase public awareness of chemical and enhance young people's interest to sciences and to provide a bright future for the future of chemistry ", remarks from the Chairman of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC), Professor Jung-Il Jin at the UN meeting.

"I welcome the opportunity to commemorate one of the chemicals as the basis of science," said Koichiro Matsuura, Director General of UNESCO, "Increasing public awareness of chemistry is of vital importance in order to answer the challenges of sustainable development. It is essential that chemistry plays an important role in developing alternative sources of energy and support the world population continues to grow "he added.

In commemorating the International Year of Chemistry in 2011 will be planned many activities and events both regionally, nationally and internationally well-supported by the national chemical associations, educational institutions, industry, government and non-governmental organizations. Activities and events are trying to introduce to the broad public about the role of chemistry, providing solutions to global challenges, and build a young generation who care about science.

precisely in 2011 was named the International Year of Chemistry in 2011 (International Year of Chemistry - IYC 2011 - Our Life, Our Future). The idea of the International Year of Chemistry in 2011 was first launched in August 2007 at a general meeting of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) in Turin Italy. This idea was well received by the board of the UN and the UN meeting in December 2008, IUPAC and the Organization of Education, Science, and Culture of the United Nations (UNESCO) agreed to celebrate the year 2011 as International Year of Chemistry. Year 2011 also coincided with the commemoration of 100 years of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for Mme Maria Sklodowska Curie, who is also in remembrance of the contribution of women to science.

The role of chemicals in human life is so important, all good solid material, solvents and gases are composed of various chemical elements and even the whole process of life is determined by various chemical reactions. IUPAC and UNESCO realized it was time to commemorate the success of chemistry and its contribution to human life.

"International Year of Chemistry will increase the global appreciation of the development of chemical science in our lives and our future. I hope this commemoration can increase public awareness of chemical and enhance young people's interest to sciences and to provide a bright future for the future of chemistry ", remarks from the Chairman of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC), Professor Jung-Il Jin at the UN meeting.

"I welcome the opportunity to commemorate one of the chemicals as the basis of science," said Koichiro Matsuura, Director General of UNESCO, "Increasing public awareness of chemistry is of vital importance in order to answer the challenges of sustainable development. It is essential that chemistry plays an important role in developing alternative sources of energy and support the world population continues to grow "he added.

In commemorating the International Year of Chemistry in 2011 will be planned many activities and events both regionally, nationally and internationally well-supported by the national chemical associations, educational institutions, industry, government and non-governmental organizations. Activities and events are trying to introduce to the broad public about the role of chemistry, providing solutions to global challenges, and build a young generation who care about science.

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