SACI News October - December 2021

The year is fast drawing to a close.  We hope that all our members are well and safe, and not affected by the Omicron variant.  We wish everyone a safe, peaceful and blessed festive season.  May you take a well-earned rest to hopefully begin a better 2022.  In this newsletter we have a message from our new SACI President, Professor Willem van Otterlo, SACI introduces its new forum: Chemists for Diversity and Inclusivity (CDI), and also a report on the Western Cape AGM.

May you all have a wonderful festive season with loved ones and friends.  Keep safe and stay healthy.

Bice Martincigh


  • SACI office address and times

  • Advertising in the SACI newsletter

  • SACI Ties and Scarves

  • Pay your SACI membership fees with SnapScan

  • SACI Salary Survey

  • From the President’s Desk

  • Down Memory Lane

  • SACI Statement on Tertiary Training in Chemistry

  • Diversity and Inclusion in the Chemical Sciences

  • Chemists for Diversity and Inclusivity (CDI)

  • Sections and Divisions News

  • Commonwealth Chemistry

  • RSC News

  • NSTF News

  • AYCN

  • IUPAC News

  • Post-graduate Summer School on Green Chemistry

  • FASC News

  • Global Young Academy of Science

  • CAIA Newsletter

  • New Chemistry Textbook

  • Book on Green Chemistry

  • South African Journal of Chemistry

  • African Journals of Chemistry

  • Calls for papers and book chapters

  • SACI and SACI-related conference events

  • Other Conferences

  • GC and GC-MS online training courses – NMISA

  • Vacancies

SACI office address and times

The SACI office, run by Laila Smith is located in the Chemisry Department, Wits University. The telephone number is 011 717 6705 and e-mail address is: The cell number is 061 282 3477.

Office hours are from 8.30 am till 15.00 pm. She can be contacted at any time during her office hours.

Advertising in the SACI newsletter

The newsletter provides a means of getting messages to our membership. Currently the SACI membership stands at over 1000. This newsletter thus provides a means of advertising employment opportunities, conferences and workshops, and even for companies/Universities to promote themselves. We encourage members to use the Newsletter for advertising purposes. All SACI related conferences and events are advertised for free; if not a SACI related event there could be a small charge. For advertising costs contact Laila at the SACI office.   

SACI Ties, Scarfs and T-shirts


Periodic table ties and ladies scarfs R130 each.


Periodic table T Shirt Short sleeve R180, Long sleeve R200

Please contact head office to place orders.

There is also a courier charge of R150 per order for delivery.

Pay your SACI membership fees with SnapScan

For those wishing to pay via credit card please let Mrs Laila Smith know so she can generate an online payment and email you a link.



SACI Salary Survey

Dear SACI Member

Salary surveys serve many purposes, ranging from wage determination to competitiveness in the marketplace to salary equity concerns. It is important that we obtain a reasonable reflection of the salary scales across the sector so that we may draw insights into redress, equality, demand and to observe changing and emerging trends.

The end goal of using salary surveys is to identify the market rate that other organizations/institutions pay for similar work. This is the goal because most employees expect to be paid at a level that is consistent with the market rate for comparable work.

Over the last few years we have not been able to adequately compare salary scales and remuneration across the sector due to low response rates and responses from limited categories of participants.  

Members are therefore encouraged to complete the salary survey for 2021 by no later than 30 December 2021, so that we may have a true reflection of remuneration across the sector.

This Salary Survey is available free-of-charge to members. The survey for 2021 will only be available in 2022.

From the President’s Desk

Dear SACI members

It is my pleasure to communicate with your through this newsletter in my new position as President of SACI – and one of my (made-in-advance) New Year’s resolutions is for brevity.

Just as we were planning for the 2021 year end and the much anticipated restart of a “more normal” 2022, the world has been reminded of the evolutionary prowess of the SARS-Cov-2 virus and its newest variant, Omicron. This brings into stark reality that we are not just dealing with a pandemic marathon, but an ultramarathon! The key is thus for us all to go back-to-scientific-basics - masks, disinfectant hand-washing, responsible social interactions and most importantly, vaccinations, which will all remain part of our foreseeable future (as advised by our local and overarching authorities). We would encourage SACI members to be leading examples in this seemingly never-ending pandemic. The economic damage to our country and the personal loss to friends and families requires compassionate leadership and solidarity, and we would call on all to fulfil this role.

I would like to thank all of the SACI members who have volunteered their valuable time to the Institute and its members during 2021 – this includes those active in the Divisions and Sections, the “front office” (Laila) and EXCO – without your contributions the Institute would be a shadow of what it is. I would sincerely like to thank the SACI EXCO for their steadfast contributions to guiding the Institute, and in particular, acknowledge Prof. Peter Mallon’s wise, steady hand-on-the-SACI-helm during the tough pandemic years of 2020 & 2021.

Despite the challenges, we hope that the year ahead will have some “new normal” elements to look forward to, which includes the SACI National Convention in Stellenbosch in December 2022 where we hope all members will have the opportunity to attend in the Cape Winelands!

I wish all SACI members a safe, healthy and restful holiday ahead over the Festive season - it’s vitally important to recharge the batteries and spend quality time with those close to you, so enjoy it…

Warm regards

Professor Willem van Otterlo
SACI President

Down Memory Lane

To add to the history of SACI it was decided to get some of the older SACI members to relate about their experience of SACI in years gone by me. To do this a letter was sent out to the SACI membership form the then President, Prof Vincent Nyamori, in late 2017. The letter requested that those members with 40 + years of SACI membership write a few paragraphs on their remembrance of SACI in times past.

For a variety of reasons, these anecdotal comments are only now being collated in mid-2020. These remembrances of times past provide a small window on the times that the members recollect. Below are listed (virtually unedited) the comments from these members.

If there are any others who would still like to add to this article please do so. Send your information to me.
Prof Neil Coville
July 2020

The letter of invite
Dear SACI Member

You have been a SACI member for over 40 years. We are trying to record some early history of SACI. Could you write a paragraph for us (10 lines; or longer) on (i) an early memory relating to SACI and (ii) what you doing now.


Prof Vincent Nyamori

Response from Professor Anton Heyns

(Prof Heyns was President of SACI form 1990-1992)

Since I have left Pretoria there had been so many changes that I hardly know anyone now. I am fully retired now, after retirement from Chemical Abstracts I was a visiting professor at The Ohio State University and spent a few wonderful years doing mostly research and then also teaching of evening classes. I write publications now at home, concentrating on work that fell through the cracks, but my abilities are declining rapidly, it takes me ages to finish a paper.

SACI Statement on Tertiary Training in Chemistry

Statement from SACI Council on tertiary training in chemistry as a result of disruptions to the 2020 academic year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

As the professional body representing the interests of all chemists in South Africa, we recognise the challenges that the current COVID-19 crisis presents to all our members in academia, research and industry. We also acknowledge the challenges the current situation presents to our tertiary institutions and specifically the challenges presented by moving to online teaching. We applaud the efforts of all our members who work at tertiary institutions who have adapted and innovated to ensure that we can continue as far as possible with our teaching and learning of chemistry even when on campus face-to-face contact is not possible. Our tertiary institutions play a critical role in not only training the next generation of chemists, but they are also tasked with the important responsibility of ensuring that many people from other professions and disciplines are trained in the fundamental principles of chemistry.

We reaffirm our belief that this training is essential, as chemistry is one of the central sciences. Key to this training is the practical component and laboratory based skills development. While we accept that this critical component of our training is not possible under the current situation, we strongly urge that plans be put in place to preserve this component of training as part of the curriculum as far as possible. In some cases, virtual laboratory tools can facilitate learning, but we believe that “in laboratory practical training” particularly for senior level courses should be preserved. SACI strongly recommends that at least a critical minimum practical experience should form part of the plans to complete the 2020 academic year at our tertiary institutions. We believe that this is essential to preserve the validity and integrity of the academic training programmes in chemistry.

  • Statement issued on behalf of the SACI Council, June 2020.

Professor Peter Mallon
President of SACI

Diversity and Inclusion in the Chemical Sciences

There is currently a renewed international debate with regards to inclusion and diversity within the chemical community that has been triggered by the recent opinion article published by Angewandte  Chemie “Organic synthesis—Where now?” is thirty years old. A reflection on the current state of affairs” by Prof. Tomas Hudlicky.  This paper has subsequently been withdrawn, however, that whole incident has highlighted that there is still a lot of work to be done to ensure inclusion and diversity.

SACI were approached by the RSC to see if we would support a clear statement of the stance of International Chemical Societies against all forms of discrimination and exclusion.  On behalf of SACI, our President, Professor Peter Mallon, was happy to commit and endorse the statement.  You can follow the link to read the statement.

Chemists for Diversity and Inclusivity (CDI)

SACI introduces a new forum: the CDI

The South African Chemical Institute has launched a new initiative: . The aim of this forum is to promote discussion around diversity and inclusivity within the Chemical Sciences. SACI is committed to nurturing the values of diversity, inclusivity and equity in the chemical sciences and opposes discriminatory acts or threats of any kind. Consequently, SACI will continue to play a leading role in assuring the professional competence and integrity of chemists and fostering international collaboration whilst upholding inclusivity and diversity. From this standpoint, the CDI arose to lead this conversation from the South African context. 

The current CDI team include Dr Sadhna Mathura (Chair), from Wits University; Prof. Bice Martincigh (Vice Chair), from UKZN; Prof. Nikoletta Báthori (Secretary/Treasurer) from CPUT and Ms Bianca Davids (Student Representative) from Wits University and assisted by Ms Laila Smith (SACI Administrator). We hope to facilitate many interesting conversations in the future by way of lectures, panel discussions, workshops and so on. To that end, do feel free to email SACI with any suggestions and comments of what types of activities you would like to see as part of the CDI’s contributions. 

The CDI inaugural event held on 28 October 2021 5-6pm SAST, was an online conversation with the president of the RSC, Prof. Tom Welton, OBE. Prof. Welton is the first Professor of Sustainable Chemistry and is currently at Imperial College London.

Sections and Divisions News

  • Western Cape Section

79th Annual General Meeting of the SACI Western Cape Section
The 79th SACI AGM of the Western Cape section was held on the 27th of November 2021 at Stellenbosch University, De Beers building. The Chair, Niki Bathori, welcomed the 34 attendees (academic, professional and student members).

The Chair’s report was distributed via email before the meeting, thus only a summary of the annual report, the financial report and a short feedback on the SACI council meeting was presented to the attendees. The Chair thanked the members who were organising events in the past year and highlighted the very successful national Young Chemists’ Symposium.

Several Western Cape individuals were awarded fellowships or medals in 2021. Dr Rene Toerien (Rondebosch Boys’ High School) received the 2021 Chemical Education Medal, Dr Katherine de Villiers (SU) received the Raikes medal, and Mr Akeem Akinfenwa (CPUT) received one of the Postgraduate Awards. Ms Nicole Teixeira (UCT) and Ms Kayla Heinrich (SU) received James Moir medals as the top performers of their Honours class at their universities in 2021.

Dr Rene Toerien (2021 Chemical Education Medal), Ms Kayla Heinrich (James Moir medal-SU),
Ms Nicole Teixeira (James Moir medal-UCT)

The Chair’s mandate came to an end, and she thanked the support of all her colleagues. The new chairperson is Dr Margaret Blackie (SU), the vice-chair is Prof. Edith Antunes (UWC). The WC steering committee constitutes of Prof. Willem van Otterlo (SU), Dr Robbie Luckay (SU), Prof. Peter Mallon (SU), Prof. Delia Haynes (SU), Prof. Ivan Green (SU), Prof. Denzil Beukes (UWC), Prof. Nikoletta Bathori (CPUT), and four new members: Dr Wilson Mogodi (UCT), Dr Rehana Malgas-Enus (SU), Dr Elise de Vries (CPUT) and Dr Ncediwe Ndube-Tsolekile (CPUT). The four universities are also represented by student members: Megan Matthews (SU, interim), Larnelle Garnie (UCT), Ramokone Junia Malapile (CPUT, interim) and Franklin De Bruin (UWC).

Certificates of appreciation with a small token were given to Dr Clive Oliver (UCT), Prof. Gareth Arnott (SU), Megan Matthews (SU) and Junia Ramokone Malapile (CPUT) in recognition of their many years of service to the Western Cape section of SACI.

Ms Megan Matthews and Dr Clive Oliver

The meeting was closed by the incoming SACI WC chair, Dr Margaret Blackie, who reminded members about the activities in 2022. The event was followed by a light lunch in the courtyard.

Niki Báthori

Commonwealth Chemistry

  • Commonwealth Chemistry has also recently launched its own website with information about the Federation and for its member societies and the wider Commonwealth chemistry community

  • The first Special General Meeting (SGM) for Commonwealth Chemistry was held on 30 November at 10:30 GMT.  The objective of the meeting was to present the report; A Sustainable Chemistry Workforce for a Sustainable Future – Unlocking the potential of early career chemists across the Commonwealth, with the results of the research on challenges and opportunities for early career chemists in the Commonwealth.

  • Commonwealth Chemistry and Chemistry World

Dear Colleagues

In June 2020 the Commonwealth Chemistry Executive Board accepted the offer from the Royal Society of Chemistry and introduced a scheme to allow free, unlimited access to the Chemistry World website throughout 2020.

Today, we are delighted to announce that we are extending this scheme to 31 December 2021 for all members of commonwealth chemical societies. This provides another year of free, unlimited access to the Chemistry World website for all those who wish to participate.

The access provided under the scheme would normally only be available to paying subscribers and members of the Royal Society of Chemistry. It includes:

over 16,000 archived articles spanning more than a decade of coverage
over 150 new articles, videos and podcasts published each month
personalised emails to alert you when stories of interest are published

We encourage everyone to take advantage of this scheme, so please pass this message onto your members:

What is Chemistry World?

Chemistry World is the flagship magazine of the Royal Society of Chemistry, available online at It publishes a wide range of content covering the latest research, new and views from across the global chemical sciences community. There is an extensive archive of over 16,000 articles online and more than 150 new articles, podcasts, webinars and videos are published each month.
How do I claim my free access?

By being a member of your national chemical society, you can have access to Chemistry World online. Simply visit and follow the instructions on screen.

With best wishes
Dr Vicki Gardiner
President Elect, Commonwealth Chemistry

RSC News

Royal Society of Chemistry Events Website

Our website can be used to advertise events from across the world - not just those organised by the Royal Society of Chemistry,

So, if you need a simple website for your event, or want to reach a wider audience, then please submit your event to our website. Simply click on this link and follow the instructions:

Free 2021 Affiliate Membership

The RSC are offering free Affiliate membership to anyone who attends one of our online events. If you’ve ever considered joining but haven’t gotten around to it, or aren’t sure what you could get out of being a member, then maybe now is the time to sign up as an Affiliate for free and try it out.

Affiliate membership doesn’t need a degree transcript or CV, simply go to and use the discount code LS100 to join and then you can become a member of our Interest Group and keep up to date with all of our events and activities!

Affiliate membership comes with:

  1. Free membership of one Interest Group

  2. Depending on where you are in the world, you will get automatic membership of an RSC Local Section (we have 35 Local Sections in the UK and Ireland and 23 international Local Sections)

  3. 10 free RSC journal article downloads a year and 35% off RSC books

  4. Online access to Chemistry World

  5. Access to careers resources and webinars and discounts for accredited training courses

  6. Support from the Chemists’ Community Fund

  7. Discounts on travel, insurance, lifestyle and publications

  8. Restructuring of the PACN

Due to the pandemic most activity connected with the PACN was unfortunately put on hold. 2021 has seen the return of our face-to-face courses in analytical chemistry as part of the final year of our corporate charity partnership with GSK.

Some internal changes have been made at the RSC. Dr Ale Palermo who oversees our work with the Commonwealth will now mange PACN activities.  Sarah Thomas, Senior Programme Manager, International Engagement, will take over the day-to-day running of the network.


For the latest news see:


NEW!! African Younger Chemists' Network (AYCN)

It is an exciting time to be an early-career chemist on the African continent - we are establishing the African Younger Chemists' Network (AYCN)! The need for a unifying "Afro-centric" early-career chemistry network is essential to showcase the unique talents and ideas from this region. AYCN’s vision is to promote and establish global standards for the empowerment of early-career chemists and to prepare them for a sustainable future with constructive engagements and collaborations with stakeholders from across the globe. It is the intention to establish the AYCN in collaboration with other major African and global chemistry societies.

The criteria:
This group will comprise African Early-Career Chemists (AECC) who are either under the age of 35 or who are within 5 years of their terminal degree.

The purpose of this group is to:
1) encourage networking and create a community among AECCs,
2) create a space for collaboration between emerging researchers,
3) to share opportunities, including funding calls, conferences, job listings and writing workshops,
4) to promote leadership and development of AECCs.

This form serves as an expression of interest. Please complete this form if you meet the criteria listed above, and are keen to join this group. You will then be invited to join us during this establishment phase of the AYCN where the group's activities will be discussed. To receive an invitation for this meeting, we need a completed form with your email address.

Attached please find the Google form link introducing the AYCN (African Younger Chemists' Network) and requesting for volunteers to populate the various subcommittees.
Form will be open until the end of the year. 

Contact email:

Contact people: Ms Bianca Davids, Dr Sadhna Mathura


For the latest IUPAC news see:

For a list of IUPAC sponsored events see:

We are currently preparing for the 2022 Global Women’s Breakfast to be held 16 February 2022 and would like to encourage your organizations and members to participate in this global event. More information may be found on the website, where organizers can register their events. The 2021 GWB was held in 70 countries and had 324 events during the 24 hour period of the event. If you would like to be involved with the GWB Event and Task Group activities, have questions about the GWB or are interested in becoming a sponsor of the 2022 GWB, please do not hesitate to contact me or Dr. Laura McConnell at:

Awards and Prizes:

The 2022 IUPAC-Richter Prize in Medicinal Chemistry is seeking nominations and the DEADLINE is 15 December 2021. This award is for an internationally recognized scientist, preferably a medicinal chemist who have made an outstanding contribution to the practice of medicinal chemistry or new drug discovery. The award is USD $10,000 and the awarded will be invited to give a lecture at the XXVII EFMC International Symposium in Nice France, next September. More information may be found here:

2022 IUPAC-Solvay Award for Young Chemists is seeking nominations from IUPAC National Adhering Organization countries. DEADLINE: 15 February 2022. The award consists of up to five prizes of USD $1,000 and up $USD $1,000 towards travel expenses to attend the 2023 IUPAC Congress in The Hague. For more information, please see:

All other IUPAC Awards and call for nominations may be found here:

The IUPAC Shop is offering a 10% discount off all merchandise until end of December. Promo Code: Nickel28Ni Proceeds do help support our volunteers and activities! We are proud to feature an exclusive collection from the SciArt project artist, Jan Prazan. This was in celebration of the 100th Anniversary of Polymer Science language at UCT, Prague.

If you have other ideas for collaboration, information sharing, please do not hesitate to contact me directly.

Dr. Lynn M. Soby
Executive Director, IUPAC
Phone: 919-485-8700



The representatives for South Africa on the International Younger Chemists Network for the period of 2021-2022 are:

Dr Mabuatsela V. Maphoru, a lecturer from Tshwane UoT, and

Ms Alida-Louise Henning, a senior scientist from Impala Platinum Ltd.

Website: IYCN
Twitter: @IntlYoungerChem
LinkedIn: intlyoungerchemistsnetwork

Professional Development Skills:

The International Younger Chemists Network (IYCN;, affiliated organization of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) is organizing a series of FREE live workshops devoted to support and empower early-career chemists with professional development skills to advance their careers.

Stephen O Aderinto:

Post-graduate Summer School on Green Chemistry

We are pleased to inform you that the Green Sciences for Sustainable Development Foundation
( is organizing the 14th Edition of the Post-graduate Summer School on Green Chemistry that will be held from the 3th to 9th of July 2022 in Venice.

This Summer School follows the 13 previous editions held from 1998 to 2021 and will be organized both on site and online.

Scholarships will be offered to young talented chemists from developing countries.

We will be very glad if you would consider participating in the Summer School. Applications will be open soon! You can find complete information about the School in the Summer School Poster and at the following website:

We would be glad if you could share this information among your colleagues and other academic authorities.

The Organizers,
On behalf of Pietro Tundo,
Chair of Summer School on Green Chemistry
Green Chemistry Web:


ABC Chem Conference 2022

This event will be held at the Palais des Congrès –Marrakech, Morocco in December 2022.  FASC will be hosting the event.  Please diarise the date.

We are hoping to have an excellent turnout from member countries at this event. More information will be made available in the months ahead.


Global Young Academy of Science

Over the last few months, the Global Young Academy of Science (GYA) members, alumni and Office staff have worked together with writers and editors from the BBC StoryWorks and the International Science Council (ISC) on an article featuring the work of the GYA At-Risk Scholars Initiative.

Today GYA is delighted to share news that the newly-launched multimedia hub #UnlockingScience is now live. You can visit the hub and check out our article “The scientific knowledge being lost to conflict” here:

In addition to the At-Risk Science Initiative article, the hub features short films, audio-visual stories and a podcast exploring what science is doing to address the challenges of global sustainability.

CAIA Newsletter

The latest issue of CAIA news is available. Go to:
 or e-mail: for pdf files of news and information.

New Chemistry Textbook

One of our long-standing SACI members, Vic Soffiantini has written a new chemistry textbook specifically for technical universities and training colleges.  The details follow:
Soffiantini, Victor Angelo. Analytical Chemistry: Principles and Practice, Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 2021.

Book on Green Chemistry

Dr Liliana Mammino, University of Venda, South Africa is the editor and contributor to a book on ‘Advances in Green Chemistry and Sustainability’.

Paperback ISBN: 9780128198797
eBook ISBN: 9780323851824

South African Journal of Chemistry

The South Journal of Chemistry is now 103 years old and we are pleased to note that the impact factor of the Journal is now 1.2 (and has a CiteScore of 2.2).

We encourage all SACI members to submit manuscripts to the Journal. Journal submission details can be found at

Details of the journal and the editors can be seen at

All manuscripts since 1918 are electronically available online at

This Journal is published electronically. The webpage is: The South African Journal of Chemistry, published by the South African Chemical Institute, has been publishing high quality papers, in all fields of Chemistry for over 100 years. The Journal went fully electronic in 2000 and is freely available through open access online ( It is a CAS-abstracted publication and is listed in Current Web Contents. It is also part of the Scielo group. It has retained its status as an accredited publication with the South African Department of Higher Education and Training.

We encourage South African chemists to publish in the journal!

African Journals of Chemistry

African Corrosion Journal (online).  Commenced in 2015 ظ╥éعéق╛œéô a peer reviewed corrosion journal. This journal may be of interest to the “practical” chemists amongst the SACI membership.

African Journal of Chemical Education
Enquiries and manuscripts should be addressed to the Editor-in-Chief: email, PO Box 2305, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. AJCE, 2016, 6(1) ISSN 2227-5835 The online version appears in the FASC website ( and in the AJOL website (

Papers on any aspect of Chemistry Education such as teaching organic, analytical, physical, inorganic, polymer, green, climate change/environmental chemistry, ICT in chemistry and chemistry curricula as well as assessment in chemistry are acceptable for publication. We also encourage issues on chemistry and indigenous knowledge/practice, chemical safety, natural products and related areas.

Nanonews in South Africa
SAASTA newsletter. Prof Janice Limon, NPEP Nano News Editor

South African Journal of Science

Journal of the Chemical Society of Nigeria;;

Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Ethiopia

South African Journal of Chemical Engineering
A fully open access journal , all authors can publish their papers on an open access basis in the South African Journal of Chemical Engineering at the reduced rate of $400 (USD).

Journal of the Kenya Chemical Society (JKCS)
This is a peer-reviewed multi-disciplinary chemistry journal published by the Kenya Chemical Society (KCS). JKCS publishes findings from all areas of chemistry including organic, inorganic, physical, analytical, materials chemistry and nanoscience, computational chemistry and environmental chemistry. JKCS also publishes reviews in all areas of chemistry. Published articles are available at
Manuscripts should be submitted to the Editor-in-Chief at for processing and peer-review.

Chemistry Africa
A Journal of the Tunisian Chemical Society mail&utm_content=internal&utm_campaign=JFTT_2_aww_2018newjournals

Journal of the Mauritanian Chemical Society (JMCS)
Publishes research articles and conference proceedings in English or French.
This is published online at:;
M A Sanhoury, JMCS Coordination Editor

Chemistry Africa
A Journal of the Tunisian Chemical Society mail&utm_content=internal&utm_campaign=JFTT_2_aww_2018newjournals

Journal of the Mauritanian Chemical Society (JMCS)
Publishes research articles and conference proceedings in English or French. This is published online at:; M A Sanhoury, JMCS Coordination Editor

Scientific African
Published by the Next Einstein Forum in collaboration with Elsevier.

Calls for papers and book chapters

SACI and SACI related Conference events

26th IUPAC International Conference on Chemistry Education (ICCE), 18-22 July 2022, Cape Town, South Africa - Registration and abstract submissions are open

Please click visit the website to register and submit your abstract online:

Other Conferences

GC and GC-MS online training courses - NMISA


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