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Post-doctoral Position in Synthetic Inorganic Chemistry

A post-doctoral scholar position is available in the Barry Lab in the Department of Chemistry at Carleton University in Ottawa. The initial appointment will be for one year, with the possibility of extension to a second year. Start date will be October 1, 2014.

Quantity and quality at the CSC2014 Inorganic poster session

Tim Storr and Charles Walsby present the poster awards during the Inorganic MixerThe inorganic poster session at CSC2014 was a huge success. With just over 125 posters on the Vancouver Convention Centre floor, the inorganic division lead the way in poster presentations at this year's annual meeting. One also couldn't help but be impressed by the quality of the posters either!

CSC Inorganic Division is now on Facebook!

The CSC Inorganic Division joined Facebook just before this year's CSC meeting, providing a more informal and interactive format for members of the inorganic division to find out about official Division news as well as encouraging discussions about new and upcoming events. You can find the Division facebook page at LIKE US and join the fun!

PDF in synthesis at the University of Utah

The Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (MRSEC) at the University of Utah (Salt Lake City) is seeking an outstanding, highly motivated postdoctoral research candidate. The successful candidate must have extensive experience in the synthesis and characterization of molecular materials (organic/organometallic/coordination compounds) for study and evaluation as component materials for a variety of molecular-based spintronic devices. The position will be within the Spin Injection Focused Research Group of the Organic Spintronics IRG.

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.