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BIT's 5th Annual Global Congress of Catalysis-2014  (GCC2014)

21 Sep 2014 - 23 Sep 2014 - Qingdao, China

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BIT's 5th Annual Global Congress of Catalysis 2014 (GCC-2014) will be a dynamic forum for all experts from academia, industry and national labs who are actively involved in the catalysis science and technology. The conference will provide participants a platform to exchange ideas, and to share breakthroughs and promising solutions to the most important issues in the field.
Highlights of the conference: 

  • 60 Sessions on Catalysis
  • 200 oral Presentations by Top Level Engineers and Scientists in Catalysis
  • 50 Poster Presentations for Updating Current Catalysis R & D; 300 Participants from Active Groups and Parties in Catalysis
Programmed Chapters at a Glance
  • Block 1: Main Conference Block 6: Young Chemist’s Hot Paper Briefing
  • Block 2: Catalyst Genome Project Block 7: Business of Catalysts
  • Block 3: Catalytic Asymmetric Synthesis Block 8: Posters and Exhibitions
  • Block 4: Novel Catalytic Techs & Reactions Block 9: Social Events
  • Block 5: Best Practice of Industrial Catalysis  

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