Challenges in Physical Chemistry and Nanoscience (ISACS2); 13-16 July 2010, Budapest, Hungary


The International Symposia on Advancing the Chemical Sciences (ISACS) is a significant new
global symposia series, supporting the launch of the new RSC flagship journal Chemical Science.


Challenges in Physical Chemistry and Nanoscience (ISACS2) 13-16 July 2010, Budapest, Hungary , presents a unique opportunity to hear from eighteen dynamic, internationally-renowned speakers, who will discuss recent topical developments and challenges in their research domain.


ISACS2 will provide a state-of-the-art review of current research developments in physical chemistry and nanoscience and will highlight future challenges.


The plenary programme will be supplemented by large poster session, and attractive discounts are on offer for early registration www.rsc.org/isacs2

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