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Posted: December 12, 2008
Chemical Industry Trade Fair invites young chemists to attend InformexUSA free of charge
(Nanowerk News) Informex today announced that it will invite young chemists to attend the upcoming InformexUSA exhibition in San Francisco free of charge. The invitation opens the door for chemists and chemical engineers 25 and under to learn more about the chemical technologies manufacturers will require in the years ahead to commercialize exciting new concepts in areas like nanotechnology, pharmaceutical fine chemicals, and green chemistry. More than 500 chemical industry companies and allied trades will exhibit molecules, chemical manufacturing techniques and material science concepts during InformexUSA, January 27-30.
According to Jennifer Jessup, Event Director, the open invitation is an opportunity for today's young chemists to discuss the chemical technologies they'll be called on to develop in the near future. "Technology advancement and the application of new technologies remains as the single most important goal of technology workers in the United States," she said. "Virtually every young chemist in America knows that with new chemical technologies come new opportunities to improve the quality of life for hundreds of millions of people around the globe. Informex is pleased to extend an invitation to the young chemists that want to contribute toward the chemical innovations of the future," she said.
The Next Generation of Experts and Leaders
One of the most important traits of the new generation of chemists and chemical engineers will be their ability to think beyond the minutia of technical problems and discover best-in-class-solutions in a true collaborative environment. Said Jessup, "Great chemists will explore what exists in the universe and find a better way to solve the big technical challenges of the future in dedicated technical groups." The InformexUSA exhibition, with a wide range of scheduled networking events, represents an opportunity for young chemists to look at existing chemical technology and ask: How can I help companies to realize new breakthroughs?
Now more than ever before, the chemical industry and allied trades base their business on innovations and that means a constant flow of young talent is required to support the development of new technologies. Informex opened the InformexUSA event to young chemists without charge this year in support of the next generation of superstars who seek a foundation for true inventions.
For more information about the InformexUSA young chemists program, contact Jennifer Jessup, Event Director, at +1-609-759-4707, or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org