A Message from IUPAC

IUPAC Secretariat and Coronavirus Covid-19
March 17, 2020
We wish all IUPAC members and volunteers and their families to keep safe at this difficult time for the world, owing to the coronavirus Covid-19. The IUPAC secretariat staff, located in the US, will be working remotely until further notice. Our support for our volunteers and organizations will continue as best as possible. However, we ask for your understanding if there are unavoidable delays in our response. IUPAC business will proceed as usual, except for a few unavoidable delays. We ask for your understanding during this challenging time.

Christopher Brett, President
Lynn M. Soby, Executive Director

in Chemistry International

From IYPT2019 to Tokyo2020
Jan-Mar 2020 issue
- President's Column, by Christopher Brett
- Elements of Sports by Miki Hasegawa
- Anti-doping: Two Scientists’ Points of View, by David A Cowan and Vincenzo Abbate
- PACSpecial Topic Series, by Danielle Fauque and James Bull
- The Inaugural IYCN General Assembly, by by Bailey Mourant et al
- The IUPAC100 Global Women’s Breakfast: Empowering, by Mary Garson and Laura McConnell

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IUPAC receives the 2019 OPCW-The Hague Award

for its outstanding contribution towards the goals of the Chemical Weapons Convention
In a ceremony held in The Hague on Monday 25 November 2019, Prof Christopher Brett, IUPAC Vice President, received the 2019 OPCW-The Hague Award on behalf of the Union and its volunteers.

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