Welcome our new partner Life CHEMistry!!!

Life Chemistry blog's mission is to show how chemistry technologies really improve human's life and furture. Chemistry information such as nanotechnology, biodiesel, renewable energy source, chromatography, spectroscopy, microscopy analysis, organic or inorganic chemistry synthesis, industrial chemistry, pharmaceutical chemistry, polymer chemistry, enviromental chemistry and so on are shared here.

Hean Y started this blog on April, 2008. Although it is still fresh and new, he plan to build it into a popular blog which can be:
1. A place to share chemical information and application with public
2. A medium of contact among industrial and academic chemists
3. A site that equip with educational resources related to chemistry


About the blogger Hean Y:


"I am a chemistry BSc student graduated from UTAR, Malaysia. I'm passionately in love with chemistry. I believe it's my duty on this planet to really improve humans life and future by utilise chemistry directly or indirectly. This blog is one of the tactics I’d like to use to reach that goal."

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Comment by Ille C. Gebeshuber on June 29, 2008 at 12:19pm
Dear Hean Y,
I will come to Malaysia in December, and would like to get to know nanoscience and nanotechnology initiatives in your country. Kindly advise some sources.
Best regards,
Ille

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