Posted: October 1, 2009

Russian-Ukrainian-Polish Conference on Molecular Interactions

(Nanowerk News) Meetings of Russian, Ukrainian, Polish, and other scientists from all over the world, which have been focused on hydrogen bond and molecular interactions, have a long tradition. A continuation of this tradition is this year's meeting which will be held in Jastarnia, Poland, in October 4-9.
The aim of the Conference is to bring together researchers interested in various aspects of molecular interactions. The formula of this year's meeting is broad, since molecular interactions are of considerable interest among chemists, physicists, and scientists representing related fields.
The Conference is organized by the Faculty of Chemistry, Gdansk University, similarly as the first one in 2001. The second Conference took place in Klyazma (Russia) in 2004 and the third one in Kyiv (Ukraine) in 2006.
We hope that you will find the Conference interesting, as well as the place where it will be held. Jastarnia is a picturesque small town in Hel Peninsula (50 km from Gdansk) very well connected with three-city agglomeration Gdansk-Sopot-Gdynia.
Source: Uniwersytet Gdanski
Subscribe to a free copy of one of our daily
Nanowerk Newsletter Email Digests
with a compilation of all of the day's news.
These articles might interest you as well: