The New Journal of Chemistry (NJC) is holding its fourth annual NJC Symposium: New Directions in Chemistry for the first time ever in North America. The symposium will take place on June 5 at York University’s Keele campus. The journal is edited by the Centre National de Recherche Scientifique of France and published by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
The symposium will be hosted by York University chemistry Professor Gino Lavoie, graduate program director, with speakers:
• Douglas Stephan, professor of chemistry, University of Toronto,
• Denise Parent, New Journal of Chemistry managing editor,
• Mir Wais Hosseini, New Journal of Chemistry editor-in-chief, and
• Peter Junk, New Journal of Chemistry associate editor.
Topics related to synthetic chemistry, complex systems, materials and organometallic chemistry, and chemistry for medicine will be covered by other New Journal of Chemistry editorial board members who come from all parts of the world (Australia, China, France, Japan, Sweden, South Africa, the Netherlands and the USA)
The symposium will take place in the Lassonde building (Auditorium C) at the Keele Campus. The symposium will run from 9am to 5:30pm. All faculty members, postdoctoral fellows, graduate and undergraduate students, and all those who simply love chemistry are welcome to attend this free symposium.
The full program is available on the symposium website. Space is limited and registration is required.
The New Journal of Chemistry is a platform for high quality, original and significant research that paves the way for new directions in chemistry and other scientific disciplines.
Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to explore the multiple facets of modern chemistry and network with peers and colleagues.