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Meetings of Major Chemical Societies

The Chemical Society of Japan

In 1999, an international meeting of chemical societies was held in Ascot, England, with the U.S.A., the UK, Germany, and Japan as the four member countries. This was followed by a second meeting in Washington, D.C., in November 2000 with two additional societies, one from France and the other from the Netherlands. The third meeting of the six countries was held in June 2002 in Frankfurt, Germany, where President Ryoji Noyori, Vice President Akira Fujishima, and Executive Director Teruto Ohta represented the CSJ.
Major topics discussed in the meetings were: expansion of chemistry, promotion of chemistry, chemical education, recognition in education, aid programmers, international cooperation, electronic publishing and standardization. The next meeting is scheduled to take place in Japan in 2004.

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