AIM OF THE WORKING GROUP

The “Student Mobility and MOBICCHEMS database” WG aims to increase the quality and relevance of mobility periods of students and young researchers’ providing information and promotion for exchanges in all three cycles in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering.

YOUR GATEWAY FOR MOVING TO ANOTHER UNIVERSITY 

Where to study in the EU

This tool helps students to select the most suitable Institution for their study or training period abroad during their Bachelor, Master or Doctorate programmes in Chemistry or Chemical Engineering.

http://ectnmobility.eu/

 

 

STUDENTS’ COMMUNITY AND EVENTS

 

  • The “EBF Young Scientist Symposium (YSS) – To Bioanalysis and Beyond!”

    International Meeting, V edition, will be held on March 21-22 marzo 2019 in Bologna.

     The Meeting aims to bring together scientists up to 35 years old from research and industry sectors.

    For more information 

    http://yss.e-b-f.eu, and .

    http://yss.e-b-f.eu/registration/

 

 

 

  • Erasmus Mundus Applications: 15 Scholarships for the Master EMOTION 

European Master in Translational Cosmetic and Dermatological Sciences

 Closing date for applications: February, 28th 2019

 for more information visit

www.emotion-master.eu

 

 

SUMMER SCHOOLS

1. MAKING BUSINESS WITH GREEN CHEMISTRY & SUSTAINABLE ENERGY

22-26 JULY 2019

Teatro Comunale degli Arrischianti – SARTEANO (SIENA), ITALY

http://www.eric-aisbl.eu/sarteano/

 

 

 

 

 

 

CHEMISTRY AND SOCIETY

 

The International Year of the Periodic Table – IYPT2019

The Periodic Table of Chemical Elements is one of the most significant achievements in science.

2019 will be the 150th anniversary since Dmitry Mendeleev discovered the Periodic System.

All around the globe celebrations will take place in 2019. 

 

1. The United Nations has designated 2019 as the International Year of the Periodic Table.

http://iupap.org/about-us/international-year-of-the-periodic-table-iypt/

 

 2. Element Scarcity – EuChemS Periodic Table

https://www.euchems.eu/euchems-periodic-table/

 

 

MUSEUM of CHEMISTRY at the GENOA UNIVERSITY, Italy  

http://museodichimica.unige.it/museo/

On October 23, 2018 on the occasion of the Mole Day, has been inaugurated the Museum of Chemistry of the University of Genoa.

The collection, set in the historical laboratories from the early 1900s, exhibits around 650 chemical equipment used in the Genoese University for research or for educational purposes. They date back to the second half of the 1800s, a period that, thanks to Stanislao Cannizzaro, present in Genoa from 1855 to 1861, gave a strong impetus to the modernization of structures and. the acquisition of new scientific instruments.

 

 

Vegetable oil collection. RICICLOLIO Project: Collection and recovery of used domestic cooking oil to obtain environmentally-friendly biofuel.

http://www.riciclolio-life.it/default.aspx

An innovative model of collaboration between public administration and private entities.  The collection was managed directly by private companies and public authorities have provided the areas for collection. The schools were also involved in a “competition” where the winner was the institution that collected the highest quantity of oil per student.

 

 

 

FOCUS ON

 

Nobel Prize : woman who could have been winners

 

https://eandt.theiet.org/content/articles/2018/06/nobel-prize-women-the-female-scientists-who-should-have-been-winners/

 

https://ilblogdellasci.wordpress.com/2019/01/28/scienziate-che-avrebbero-potuto-aspirare-al-premio-nobel-elizabeth-rona-1890-1981/

 

 

 

 

FREE  DOWNLOAD  MATERIAL

 1. VIRT&L-COMM is a scholarly open access online Magazine offering a forum for presenting the work carried out by Virtual Innovation, Research, Teaching & Learning Communities.

http://services.chm.unipg.it/ojs/index.php/virtlcomm

 

2. Booklet “Compatibility of Course Structures of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering in the EU”

3. “Tools available to aid mobility: help for students and institutions. Case-studies of internships in Chemical Engineering at Porto University and in Chemistry at the University of Cologne”

http://www.ec2e2n.net/2/wp06

 

a selection of ChemMatters articles

https://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/education/resources/highschool/chemmatters/past-issues.html

 

 

This tool helps students to select the most suitable Institution for their study or training period abroad during their Bachelor, Master or Doctorate programmes in Chemistry or Chemical Engineering.