EYCA to be Awarded in Nürnberg

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Hello to all,

we just got the information, that the European Young Chemists Award will be awarded in Nürnberg. Here’s what Prof. Dr. Bruno Pignataro writes about it:

On behalf of the European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences, we are pleased to invite you to participate (or encourage your young collaborators to participate) to the competition for the European Young Chemist Award 2010 (third edition). The award is intended to showcase and recognise the excellent research being carried out by young scientists working in the chemical sciences and will be presented at the 3rd European Chemistry Congress in Nürnberg (Germany) from August 29 – Spetmeber 02 2010. Applicants must be less then 35 years old by 29 August 2010 and co-authors of an abstract submitted to the 3rd European Chemistry Congress. The complete application must be sent here by 05 May 2010, i.e. the deadline for the Abstracts submission to the 3rd European Chemistry Congress. The application includes the abstract, a curriculum vitae, copy of a personal document, a supporting letter from an expert and a brief description of the research featured in the abstract.
A panel of finalists will be selected on the basis of the evaluation of the Symposia Chairs. Finalists will compete talking about their research at a special session of the 3rd European Chemistry Congress. Finally, one Gold and two Silver Medals will be presented at a special Award Ceremony during the congress, in addition the winners will receive a remuneration. The medals and remunerations are kindly sponsored by the Italian Chemical Society.
Please find all the information about the award on the web site

So don’t waste any time and apply for that award – and don’t forget to check for grants of you local chemical society!

See you in Nürnberg!

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