Raj Dhiman, our CICTor Secretary, and Ted Blanchard recently teamed up in a pilot project aimed at improving communication and presentation skills for graduate students at the University of Toronto Department of Chemistry: http://www.chemistrymatters.ca/?p=1016
The EnviroAnalysis 2013 conference is taking place here in Toronto from September 15th to 18th followed by a series of short courses offered on September 19th and 20th. The conference is for both working professionals and academics looking to learn about analytical methods and … Continued
The CIC Toronto Section executive committee would like to thank all members and special guests who attended this year’s Annual General Meeting. We enjoyed a captivating presentation by Dr. Effiette Sauer, Chemistry Lecturer at University of Toronto, titled “Teaching chemistry for … Continued
The 2013 spring issue of The Catalyst is now online! Click here or on the image below to read about what we’ve been doing this past year.
The world of work has never been more competitive and yet, more interesting. You may be looking for the next step in your career and wondering how to best leverage social media to build your personal brand. What role do … Continued
The 2012 Spring issue of The Catalyst is now online! Click on the image below to view a pdf copy and read about what we’ve been up to.
We’ve redesigned the website and included more features such as an events calendar and photo galleries! More updates to come in the following weeks.
We now have a new home for our biannual newsletter, The Catalyst. The newsletter highlights past/future events hosted by the CIC Toronto Section and news or current events that the GTA chemical community might find interesting. Take a look! 2011 … Continued
Title: Canada Post Stamp Unveiling for IYC 2011 – October 1st, 2011 Location: Outside Sidney Smith Hall, 100 St. George Street, U of T campus Original News Article: Click here Description: “On Oct. 1, as part of Toronto’s Nuit Blanche … Continued
Title: Chemistry Nuit Blanche Location: Corner of St. George Street and Willcocks Street, University of Toronto Campus Website: Click here Description: How does chemistry affect my daily life? How does a breathalyzer test work? How does chemistry help catch criminals? … Continued