The New Zealand Institute of Chemistry (NZIC) represents some 800 members involved in the profession of chemistry. Members participate in the study, practice, teaching, promotion and management of chemistry.

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NZ-Italy Meeting on Supramolecular and Materials Chemistry

The NZ-Italy Meeting on Supramolecular and Material Chemistry covers topics ranging from self-assembly and supramolecular chemistry to catalysis and novel materials.  It is a free event supported by the Royal Society of NZ aimed at sowing the seeds for collaboration between NZ researchers and leading European academics. Read More

It’s official: We’re redefining the kilogram

On November 16, at a session of the 26th General Conference on Weights and Measures in Versailles, France, representatives of countries from around the world voted to enact a plan to redefine several units of measurement, including the kilogram. Read more from Science News.      … Read More

NZ-Italy Meeting on Supramolecular and Materials Chemistry

The NZ-Italy Meeting on Supramolecular and Material Chemistry covers topics ranging from self-assembly and supramolecular chemistry to catalysis and novel materials.  It is a free event supported by the Royal Society of NZ aimed at sowing the seeds for collaboration between NZ researchers and leading European academics. Read More

Production/QC Chemist

(Evolve Scientific Recruitment) Seeking a Production/QC Chemist for a position in Wellington, New Zealand.   About the company: The company is a well-known pharmaceutical company who is currently undergoing substantial growth. Located in Wellington New Zealand, this company manufactures diagnostic products for the New Zealand market. About the role :… Read More

It’s official: We’re redefining the kilogram

On November 16, at a session of the 26th General Conference on Weights and Measures in Versailles, France, representatives of countries from around the world voted to enact a plan to redefine several units of measurement, including the kilogram. Read more from Science News.      … Read More