Join luminaries in chemistry and chemical engineering to discuss the topics facing the Middle Eastern and North African regions.
Sir Fraser Stoddart
Nobel Laureate in Chemistry 2016 Northwestern University, USA
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Founded in 2018, the Qatar Chapter of the ACS aims to highligh the research, educational and industrial advances in chemistry and chemical engineering in the Qatar. Our vision is to guide prominent scientists, engineers, and industrial leaders in sharing the enormous developments in innovative research and higher education.
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