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 ITALIAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE for IUPAC

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The Italian National Committee for IUPAC provides guidelines and suggestions in order to ensure the effective Italian participation in IUPAC’s activities...
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R.I.P. Professor Kenneth Seddon

We are very saddened to hear about the loss of Professor Kenneth Seddon, who passed away on Sunday 21st January 2018.

We will remember him for his dedication to Green Chemistry, for his contribution to make it known all over the world, fully recognized within the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) and for his commitment to all the students who attended his lectures at the Summer Schools on Green Chemistry.

He was a great friend and colleague to all of us and his presence will always be missed among us.
May Ken rest in peace.

Pietro Tundo in the name of the whole Green Chemistry group of IUPAC.

 


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