IUPAC CHEMRAWN Conferences provide an essential way for the
Union to address issues that transcend pure science and have
important socio-political aspects.
XVIII, 3-4 August 2009, Glasgow, UK.
Ethics, Science, and Development
> see project 2009-013-1-021
XVII, 8-12 July 2007 Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
Mitigation: Mitigation and Utilization
> see project 2006-031-1-021
XVI, 9 August 2003, Ottawa, Canada.
the Chemical Industry: the way from pure to applied chemistry
> see project 2003-003-1-021
XV, 21-23 June 2004, Paris, France.
Water: Contribution of Chemistry to Quantity and Supply - Can the
fresh water supply be sustained?
> see project 2001-007-1-021
Chemrawn XIV, 9-13 June 2001, Boulder, Colorado, USA.
Toward Environmentally Benign Processes and Products
> see project
021/18/97 for access to Report of the Future Actions Committee,
Invited lectures published in Pure Appl. Chem., Conference
The Globalization of Chemical Education - Preparing Chemical
Scientist and Engineers for Transnational Industries
> see project
VIII, 6-9 September 1992, Moscow, Russia.
Chemistry and Sustainable Development: Towards a Clean Environment,
Zero Waste and Highest Energy Efficiency
> Conference objectives, Chem. Int. 14(3), p. 88-89,
> Conference report, Chem. Int. 15(2), p. 41-47, 1993
VII, 2-6 December 1991, Baltimore, USA.
Chemistry of the Atmosphere: Its Impact on Global Change
> Conference report, Chem. Int. 14(4), p. 146-151, 1992
VI, 17-22 May 1987, Tokyo Japan.
Advanced Materials for Innovations in Energy, Transportation
V, 22-26 September 1986, Heidelberg, Germany.
Current and Future Contribution of Chemistry to Health
Chemrawn IV, 4-8 October 1985, Keystone, CO, USA.
Modern Chemistry and Chemical Technology Apllied to the Oceans
and its Resources
Chemrawn III, 25-29 June 1984, The Hague, Netherlands.
Resource Material Conversion: (Bio)Chemical Process Bridges
to meet Future Needs
II, 6-10 December 1982, Manila, Philippines.
Chemistry and World Food Supplies: The New Frontiers
Chemrawn I, 10-13 July 1978, Toronto, Canada.
World Conference of Future Sources of Organic Raw Materials
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