AJANKOHTAISTA

Chemistry in Europe 2022-3

The third edition of the 2022 Chemistry in Europe.

August Newsletters

August 2022 issue of the Brussels News Updates

EFCE e-newsletter August 2022

Latest issue: August 2022 Highlights in the newsletter include: a report from the latest Spotlight Talks webinar series, held in April a look ahead to the upcoming DECHEMA Jahrestagung, together with the 13th ESBES symposium, in September plans for the second European...

July Newsletters

July 2022 issue of the Brussels News Updates (BNU)   The 2022 Science, Research and Innovation Performance (SRIP) report was released by the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Research and Innovation on 5 July. The SRIP releases every 2 years to...

KEMIAN SEURAT

Finnish Chemical Societies

Finnish Chemical Societies

Finland has three chemical societies: Finnish Chemical Society (Suomalaisten Kemistien Seura, SKS), Chemical Society of Finland (Finska Kemistsamfundet, FKS) and Finnish Society of Chemical Engineers (Kemiallisteknillinen Yhdistys, KTY). While the three societies operate as independent parallel organizations, it has been agreed that joint responsibilities will be held by Finnish Chemical Society. This applies to official international contacts, so in international context the name of Finnish Chemical Society is to be used.

Finnish National Committee for Chemistry coordinates international activities and represents Finland in international organizations. The three societies maintain close contact with their Nordic counterparts.

Finnish Chemical Societies

Finland has three chemical societies: Finnish Chemical Society (Suomalaisten Kemistien Seura, SKS), Chemical Society of Finland (Finska Kemistsamfundet, FKS) and Finnish Society of Chemical Engineers (Kemiallisteknillinen Yhdistys, KTY). While the three societies operate as independent parallel organizations, it has been agreed that joint responsibilities will be held by Finnish Chemical Society. This applies to official international contacts, so in international context the name of Finnish Chemical Society is to be used.

Finnish National Committee for Chemistry coordinates international activities and represents Finland in international organizations. The three societies maintain close contact with their Nordic counterparts.