Upcoming event: Career Exploration Series with Davesh Chauhan

The Chemical Institute of Canada, Toronto Section (CICTor) is hosting the fourth virtual iteration of our Career Exploration Series on Tuesday, May 25th at 6:30 pm EDT. This series features talks by graduates of the chemical sciences who have transitioned to successful careers in a variety of fields. Join us for a Career Exploration Talk on the world of biotech […]

Innovation4D Networking Night at the XRCC!

Innovation4D Networking Night at the XRCC!

Join us for a night of networking and facility tours at the Xerox Research Centre of Canada with Innovation4D host organizations Xerox Research Centre of Canada,GreenCentre Canada, and Research, Innovation and Commercialization Centre. Open to members of Intelliflex, IEEE, and the Chemical Institute of Canada professional associations. Transportation to and from downtown Toronto is available on a first-come-first-served basis. For more information on the […]

Calling on your participation for the 2018 Provincial Elections!

Calling on your participation for the 2018 Provincial Elections!

Dear Science enthusiasts, Are you interested in the relationship between government and science? CIC Toronto is compiling a questionnaire that will be used to interview different MPP (Member of Provincial Parliament) candidates in the University-Rosedale electoral district and we want to make sure that your voices are heard. We will be asking candidates to comment on their and their party’s […]

E Gordon Young Lecture 2017 by Prof. Polly Arnold

E Gordon Young Lecture 2017 by Prof. Polly Arnold

An E Gordon Young Lecture 2017 (#CICEGYLecture) by Professor Polly L Arnold OBE FRSE FRSC (@ProfArno) Crum Brown Chair of Chemistry, University of Edinburgh       Abstract: A fundamental understanding is needed to develop safe, long-term handling of our nuclear waste legacies and for cleaner ways to extract technology-critical rare earth metals. The subtleties of structure and bonding in […]

National Chemistry Week in collaboration with the OACETT

The National Chemistry Week (NCW) is an annual, week-long celebration of the chemical sciences in all provinces and territories in Canada. It’s a great opportunity for youth to get connected with the wonders of chemistry and for the not-so-young to appreciate the positive aspects of chemistry through hands-on experiments, games, demonstrations, lectures, exhibitions and more. In the celebration of NCW […]

Sign Up for the Mentorship Program

In collaboration with Women in Chemistry Toronto (WICTO), a mentorship program was established to match graduate student mentors with undergraduate mentees. For graduate mentors: develop your leadership and professionalism, gain experience in advising students interested in your field, and gain interpersonal and leadership skills vital to most professions outside of graduate school For undergraduate mentees: learn from a diverse set […]