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About New Zealand Institute of Chemistry
The NZIC was founded in 1931. It is comprised of six geographical branches and a number of specialist groups.

Specialist Groups
NZIC members may elect to belong to one or more Specialist Groups within the NZIC.

Conferences of interest to NZIC members.

Awards and Prizes
The NZIC offers a number of prizes and awards. Each has its own criteria. The application deadline for all prizes and awards is 30th June of the year in which it is offered.

Current Award Winners
Current winners of NZIC awards.

NZIC Prize Winners 2021
It is with great pleasure that we announce the winners of this year's NZIC prizes. The fields nominated for each award were extremely strong again this year and the selection committees had a very difficult time deciding on the awards.

What Makes Metal-Organic Frameworks Beautiful?
Susumu Kitagawa, Editorial Board Chair of Chemistry—An Asian Journal and Co-Chair of ChemNanoMat, has been interviewed on ChemistryViews.

Free access to two ACES journals article highlights
Free access to two ACES journals article highlights: *Chemistry—An Asian Journal: Article Highlights: Very Important Paper + Minireviews *Asian Journal of Organic Chemistry—Article Highlights: Very Important Paper + Minireviews

Asian Journal of Organic Chemistry: Special Issue on Heterocyclic Chemistry
The Asian Journal of Organic Chemistry and the European Journal of Organic Chemistry have published a special collection on heterocyclic chemistry, covering all aspects of this class of compounds.

Whats the most boring element?
It is the International Year of the Periodic Table (#IYPT2019), and Allan Blackman has been investigating the 118 known chemical elements as part of a series of short podcasts on Radio New Zealand.

This is a collection of resources developed for secondary school chemistry teachers.

Scientific Sleuthing
Scientific Sleuthing begins with New Zealanders solving “different” problems

Chemistry and Science Links
LInks to chemistry and science website in New Zealand and Internationally