eTOC Alert ‘Chemistry International’ – July-Sep 2020

? Want a Print ?

A new issue of Chemistry International is now available on De Gruyter Online.

!! To access CI content, please LOGIN and follow the link to go to the publisher website!!

Chemistry International Volume 42, Issue 3


Full issue pdf | TOC on degruyter.com/ci

cover: In 2019, in celebration of the 100th anniversary of IUPAC and the International Year of the Periodic Table, IUPAC and International Younger Chemists Network (IYCN) created the Periodic Table of Younger Chemists honoring a diverse group of outstanding younger chemists from around the world who embody the mission and core values of IUPAC and highlight the diversity of careers, creativity, and dedication of the young chemists leading the community into the next century. See feature page 3.


Sections
Features | Wire | Project Place | Bookworm | Conference CallWhere 2B&Y | Mark Your Calendar

Archives of Chemistry International


Treasurer’s Column
IUPAC during COVID-19 by Colin Humphris (Page 2)


Features

Reflecting on a Year of Elements by Lori Ferrins, Christine Dunne, João Borges, and Fun Man Fung (Page 3)

Sustaining Active Learning in Virtual Classroom by Fun Man Fung, Wei Heng Chng, Hui Ru Tan, and Magdeline Tao Tao Ng (Page 6)

Blockchain Technology by Bonnie Lawlor (Page 8)

Extending electronegativities to superheavy Main Group atoms by Paul J. Karol (Page 12)

Gender Gap in Science by Mei-Hung Chiu and Mark Cesa (Page 16 and iupac.org/project/2017-007-1-020)


Wire {> iupac.org/news/}

The 2020 Bright Science Award in Materials Sciences goes to Marc Hillmyer (Page 22)
The 2020 Hanwha-Total IUPAC Young Scientist Award goes to Athina Anastasaki and Changle Chen (Page 22)
Ang Li is the recipient of the 2020 Thieme–IUPAC Prize (Page 23)
Winners of the 2020 IUPAC-Solvay International Award for Young Chemists (Page 24)
2020 IUPAC-ThalesNano Prize In Flow Chemistry and Microfluidics—Call For Nominations (Page 24)
Understanding Chemicals in Products (Page 25)
The Beijing Declaration on Research Data (Page 25)
Announcement of the 2020 L’Oreal Women in Science awardees (Page 25)
IUPAC Periodic Table Challenge 2.0 (Page 26)
In Memoriam—Maurice (Mo) Williams (Page 27)

Project Place

Guidelines on developing robust biocatalysts for biorefinery (Page 28)
(https://iupac.org/project/2019-046-3-300)

Development of a Standard for FAIR Data Management of Spectroscopic Data (Page 28)
(https://iupac.org/project/2019-031-1-024)

Development of a Machine Accessible Kinetic Databank for Radical Polymerizations (Page 29)
(https://iupac.org/project/2019-045-1-400)

A review of current status of analytical chemistry education (Page 29)
(https://iupac.org/project/2019-039-3-500)

What is the NPU Terminology, and how is it used? (Page 30)
(https://iupac.org/project/2019-009-1-700)

Bookworm

Superheavy (Page 31)
Biomass Burning in Sub-Saharan Africa: Chemical Issues and Action Outreach (Page 31)
Successful Drug Discovery (Page 32)

Conference Call

The World Chemistry Leaders meet the century-old IUPAC (Page 36); https://doi.org/10.1515/ci-2020-0325
Noncovalent Interactions (Page 37)
IUPAC for Africa (Page 40)

Where 2B & Y (Page 43)
Chemistry and its Applications, 1 to 31 August 2020, ONLINE


Mark Your Calendar (Page 44)

The 2020 calendar of conferences has been disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Most events originally planned are been cancelled, postponed, and in a few instances reframed as virtual events. All IUPAC-endorsed events originally scheduled in 2020 and that are postponed will retain their endorsement. We invite you to review regularly the calendar of IUPAC endorsed events at https://iupac.org/events/
{> iupac.org/events/}


If you wish to update your preferences or to unsubscribe from this alert, please go to your personal user account on De Gruyter Online and click on “My Alerts” to modify your settings.