Chemistry for Sustainable Development
26–30 July 2010
The International Conference on Pure and Applied Chemistry (ICPAC 2010) will be held 26–30 July 2010 at La Plantation Resort and Spa in Mauritius. The organizing committee has adopted the theme “Chemistry for Sustainable Development” for this event.
Due to progress in science and technology, the world has condensed into a global village. However, many nations are facing crises due to tremendous increases in the demand for energy, food, and water. Chemistry has a crucial role to play in sustaining the development of our planet.
The conference program will feature a wide variety of plenary, invited, and contributed lectures, as well as poster sessions. The topics of the conference will cover all aspects of chemistry. One of the plenary speakers will be Aaron Ciechanover, who is the 2004 Nobel Laureate in chemistry for his work on Ubiquitin-Mediated Protein Degradation. There will also be workshops and symposia conducted by experts. Full papers from participants will be peer reviewed and accepted papers will be collected in a book of proceedings that will be published by Springer.
This conference will provide a platform for participants to share and discuss recent findings of their research covering all topics related to chemistry. It will also be an opportunity for participants to visit the island of Mauritius, famous for its sun, sea, and sand and for its mix of cultures.
The deadlines for abstract submission is 15 March 2010.
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