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PDF available at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland

The research group of Dr. Heikki M. Tuononen at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland is looking for interested postdoctoral level candidates to submit a joint application to the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA). This is the most prestigious mobility grant available within the EU’s Horizon 2020 framework program for research and innovation.The best candidate applicants are those with research background in synthetic inorganic chemistry and who wish to increase their knowledge in theoretical and computational methods while in Finland.

PDF available at Université de Rouen

An 18 month post-doctoral position (starting October 2014) is available in the laboratories of Dr. Anne Harrison-Marchand / Dr. Jacques Maddaluno at the Université de Rouen. The project foscuses on structure-reactivity relationships and on the characterization of highly sensitive organometallics reactants. The partners have a common interest in the use of innovative organometallic tools such as alkali metallated (Li, Na, K) phosphide boranes (MPB) from which unexplained results have recently been obtained.

PDF available in Gates Group at UBC

The Gates group at UBC is seeking a highly qualified candidate for a postdoctoral position that bridges the areas of synthetic inorganic and polymer chemistry. Demonstrated expertise in synthetic chemistry and in Schlenk and/or glovebox techniques are required.

Eric Bowes with 2014 AURIC for outstanding undergraduate research

The CSC Inorganic Division is pleased to announce the outstanding recipient of the 2014 Award for Undergraduate Research in Inorganic Chemistry. This award is presented to an undergraduate student whose ability to perform undergraduate research in the field of Inorganic Chemistry is judged to be of outstanding quality.This year’s winner is Eric Bowes of Mount Allison University.

Mita Dasog wins 2014 AGWIC for outstanding doctoral dissertation

The CSC Inorganic Division is pleased to announce the outstanding recipient of the 2014 Award for Graduate Work in Inorganic Chemistry. This award is presented to a graduate student registered in a Ph.D. program at a Canadian university, for exceptional Ph.D. thesis research in a field of inorganic chemistry. This year’s winner is Mita Dasog of the University of Alberta.

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