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Jong-KVCV: Spotlight on Chemistry and Future Scientists

Author: Vera Koester, Christophe De Bie, Geert-Jan Graulus, Jens Maggen, Karel Haesevoets, Kersten Van Langenhove, Lucia Habets, and Niels Van Herck

07 November 2017 – Members of the Youth Division of the Royal Flemish Chemical Society (Jong-KVCV) talk about their motivations and work.

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Expectations of Younger Chemists in France

Author: Sophie Carenco, Camille Oger, Gregory Chatel (on behalf of the French Young Chemists Network)

07 February 2017 – International Younger Chemist Network: The expectations of younger chemists in France

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French Young Chemists' Network: Two Years Already!

Author: Camille Oger, Gregory Chatel (Comic by Cled’12)

05 July 2016 – An overview of the RJ-SCF's work in the first two years

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Fresh Wind in the Austrian Young Chemists Section

Author: Simon Albertini, Emanuel Ehmki, Stefan Felderer, Simon Hofer, Veronika Huber, Elisabeth Mairhofer, Martin Wieser

02 February 2016 – Strong team represents young chemists towards the Austrian Chemical Society (GÖCH), the chemical industry, and the public

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Working for the JCF – The Young Chemists’ Forum of the German Chemical Society

Author: Vera Koester, Michael Linden, André Augustin, Torsten John, Carmen Schrapel

03 November 2015 – Members of the national board about the work and aims of the JCF and their personal motivations

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EYCN: Ten Years Connecting Young Chemists

Author: Fernando Gomollón-Bel, Camille Oger, Cristina Todasca

01 September 2015 – Founded in 2006, today the European Young Chemists’ Network (EYCN) represents 26 chemical societies from 22 different countries

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Young Chemists Fearlessly Crossing Borders

Author: Uzma I. Zakai, Natalie LaFranzo, Christine Dunne, and Jens Breffke (American Chemical Society (ACS), Younger Chemists Committee)

04 August 2015 – An international exchange program perspective from the American Chemical Society (ACS)'s Younger Chemists Committee (YCC)

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French Young Chemists' Network Created

Author: Dr. Camille Oger and Dr. Gregory Chatel, RJ-SCF

02 February 2015 – France's regional young chemist groups decided to work together in order to be stronger and more visible

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Young Chemists at EuCheMS Chemistry Congress in Prague

Author: Christian Stutz, Young Chemists Forum (JCF)

18 October 2012 – Not only renowned scientists, but a lot of young chemists from different countries gave talks at the EuCheMS Congress in Prague

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Introducing the European Young Chemist Network (EYCN)

Author: European Young Chemists Network team

18 October 2012 – The EYCN supports chemists as they begin their careers, with activities aimed at developing soft skills and broadening career possibilities

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