As of 1 January 2023, The Lithuanian Chemical Society (LChS) is a member society of the European Chemical Society (EuChemS). With Lithuania amongst its members, EuChemS now represents 50 member organisations from 34 countries.
EuChemS warmly welcomes five new Executive Board members.
EuChemS contributed to the “Public Consultation on a possible EU Soil Health Law for protecting, sustainably managing and restoring EU soils” the “Public Consultation on the European Critical Raw Materials Act” and the “Revision of EU rules on food contact materials”.
The speakers and programme of EuChemS’ Global Women’s Breakfast event, “Women scientists at the forefront of global conflicts”, were announced.
Since its first edition in 1969, the meeting has been traditionally organized every two years by the Croatian Society of Chemical Engineers and the Croatian Chemical Society. It gathers around 400–500 chemists and chemical engineers from Croatia and neighbouring countries that, coming from academia, institutes and industry, actively participate and contribute to the success of the meeting with posters and oral presentations.
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