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IUPAC TOP 10 EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES in CHEMISTRY 2021: the point of view of the 10 Italian YOs

In a nice contribution, the result of a fruitful teamwork, the Italian IUPAC YO present and comment on the issue 2-2022 of "La Chimica e L'industria", magazine of the Italian Chemical Society, the TOP 10 EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES in CHEMISTRY, winners of the IUPAC 2021 call.

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IUPAC AGAINST WAR IN UKRAINE
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In the dramatic circumstance of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the NAO-CNR supports and disseminates the IUPAC statement (March 1, 2022) (https://iupac.org/iupac-statement-on-ukraine/)
"In view of Russia’s incursion into Ukraine, the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) wishes to express its
repulsion and condemnation of the use of violence as a means of conflict resolution in this case and any other. War is never the solution; it only exacerbates problems, causes pain, and creates innocent victims.For more than 100 years, IUPAC has promoted the use of chemistry to benefit humankind and the planet through research, the free exchange of ideas, and international
cooperation. Today, we call on the Russian authorities to comply with international conventions and to ensure the integrity of civilians, scientists, educators, and dissidents. Our thoughts are with the victims of so much violence, and we call on world authorities and international organizations to make every effort to end this bloodshed."
We also support and share statements of ISC, Euchems and CNR.
ISC (International Science Council)
https://council.science/statements-international-scientific-community-conflict-ukraine/
Euchems
https://www.euchems.eu/statement-invasion-ukraine/
CNR
https://www.cnr.it/it/comunicato-stampa/10951/cnr-president-joins-call-for-peace-in-ukraine

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