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Iranian Chemists Association

Iranian Chemists Association (ICA-ACS) is a subgroup of American Chemical Society and Iranian Chemical Society. The association organizes international meetings and is also associated with the Journal of the Iranian Chemical Society.

Aims

  • To encourage and enhance the interchange and sharing of scientific knowledge and friendship among chemists and chemistry-related professionals of Iranian descent.
  • To provide opportunities to members to assist each other in pursuit of academic and professional development and growth.
  • To provide guidance and support to younger Iranian chemists in developing their scientific careers. To provide scholarship and grants to qualified scientist and students.
  • To promote awareness of scientific contributions made by Iranian scientists around the world.
  • The association shall remain a non-political and non-profit scientific organization.

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