CIC/SCI Canada Seminar and Awards Dinner

CIC/SCI Canada Green, Clean and Sustainable Chemistry Seminar: Innovation Through Collaboration

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CIC/SCI Canada Green, Clean and Sustainable Chemistry Seminar: Innovation Through Collaboration

April 7, 2016
13:00-16:30
Hyatt Regency Toronto
370 King Street W, Toronto, ON
Regency DE Room

This annual seminar features leaders from industry and academia who highlight innovation and developments from emerging or established national and international companies in the chemical related sectors.

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CIC/SCI Canada Awards Dinner

April 7, 2016
Reception: 18:00, Regency Foyer
Dinner: 19:00-21:30, Regency ABC Room
Hyatt Regency Toronto
370 King Street W, Toronto, ON

 

CIC/SCI Canada rewards excellence in chemistry and the chemical industry by presenting awards to industry and academic leaders for outstanding achievements they have made in business development. In addition, CIC/SCI Canada recognizes the highest performing graduating undergraduate students each year in biochemistry, chemical engineering and chemistry from universities across Canada.

View the 2016 CIC/SCI Canada Awards Press Release

Registration Fees (Awards Dinner Only):

Professional: $125 for CIC members/$150 for non-members
Student: $40 CIC student members/$50 for non-members

Registration Fees (CIC/SCI Canada Seminar and Awards Dinner):

Professional: $200 for CIC members/$250 for non-members
Student: $40 CIC student members/$65 for non-members



For more information contact:

Michelle Moulton
mmoulton@cheminst.ca
 


Sponsors 

We sincerely thank all of our sponsors for making this event possible.
Chemistry Industry Association of-Canada (CIAC); Graham Knowles Consultants Inc.; Hatch; H.L. Blachford Ltd.; John Vederas; NOVA Chemicals Corporation; Ryerson University, Department of Chemical Engineering; Trojan Technologies; University of Ontario Institute of Technology; University of Toronto, Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry; Western University, Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering; Woodbridge Group; Zeton Inc.