All chemists are invited to the RACI National Congress

RACI

Tuesday, 21 October, 2014



Royal Australian Chemical Institute National Congress
7-12 December 2014
Adelaide Convention Centre
www.racicongress.com

The Royal Australian Chemical Institute National Congress, to be held in Adelaide from 7-12 December, will be the largest gathering of Australian chemists since 2005 and everyone is welcome. Over 100 plenary, keynote and invited speakers have been drawn from around the world and represent some of the most important work in the chemical community.

Well over 850 abstracts have been received and represent work in many important areas of chemistry as well as cross-disciplinary activities. The meeting will provide a great environment to meet colleagues, discuss current trends and explore new opportunities.  There will also be a significant exhibition showing the latest equipment and technology.

RACI 2014 will be held at the multi award-winning Adelaide Convention Centre, on the waterfront of the River Torrens near the heart of the city.

Adelaide is a picturesque coastal city that’s easy to get to, easy to get around, easy on the pocket and ‘green’. The convention centre offers first-class facilities to delegates, partners and visitors, and is a short walk from accommodation, restaurants and the central business district of Adelaide.

Adelaide is widely recognised as the 20-minute city. The ease of access and stress-free travel is acknowledged by organisers and delegates alike. Where else can you arrive at the international airport, be checked into your 5-star hotel within 20 minutes and then walk to the multiple award-winning convention centre?

To find out more about the RACI Congress or to register to attend, visit www.racicongress.com.

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