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General Assembly, 29 June - 8 July 2001

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The IUPAC General Assembly venue is located in downtown Brisbane at the City campus of the Queensland University of Technology (QUT), nestled in a scenic location on a bend of the Brisbane River <http://www.qut.edu.au/pubs/campusvr/gpvr.html>. The campus contains student eateries and three café/restaurants (Degrees Café, City Gardens Café, and Artisans on the Yard) as well as a theatre and art museum, all of which are open to the public. The campus is immediately adjacent to the Botanical Gardens, historic old Parliament House, and is only a short walk from the city mall with its shopping arcades, restaurants, casino, theatres, and hotels.

> See map of the general area - pdf file 698kb



We take this opportunity to point out that the 38th IUPAC Congress, "Frontiers in Chemistry", is being held 1-6 July 2001 concurrently with the General Assembly. The General Assembly schedule has been arranged to allow General Assembly participants to attend as many of the Congress events as possible. Please note that there is a special registration fee for General Assembly delegates of AUD 400, including lunch Monday-Friday.

For information about the Congress, please contact the World Chemistry Congress 2001 Secretariat:

IUPAC 2001
P.O. Box 177
Red Hill, Q 4059 Australia
TEL: +61 7 3368 2644 / FAX: +61 7 3369 3731
E-mail: [email protected]

The Second Circular of the IUPAC Congress was included with the November 2000 issue of Chemistry International.



Pre-registration is required by returning the Participation Questionnaire (download doc file - 26kb) to the IUPAC Secretariat no later than 30 November 2000.

Registration for the General Assembly will be in Z block in the foyer of level 4.
> See map of the QUT campus - pdf file 43kb


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