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CHEMRAWN VII Prize for Green Chemistry Call for nominations

CHEMRAWN VII Prize for Green Chemistry Call for nominations

IUPAC is seeking nominations for the 2016 CHEMRAWN VII Prize for Green Chemistry. The CHEMRAWN VII Prize was first announced in August 2008 and since, has been awarded every two years at the IUPAC International Conference on Green Chemistry
The Prize of USD 5000 is granted to a young investigator (less than 45 years of age) from an emerging region who is actively contributing to research in Green Chemistry. Nominations for the 2016 Prize must be submitted by 25 March 2016.

The next award will be presented at the 6th IUPAC International Conference on Green Chemistry, 4-8 September 2016, Venice, Italy <www.greeniupac2016.eu>. The winner will be asked to give a lecture on that Conference.

For more information see:
http://www.iupac.org/news/news-detail/article/chemrawn-vii-prize-for-green-chemistry-2016-call-for-nominations.html

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