Chemistry Department Conferences

5th SEANAC Conference, 9th – 13th June, 2014

Date & Time: From 2014-06-09
To 2014-06-13
Description of Conference

THEME:      “From Wet Chemistry to Nano-Chemistry”- The Role of Analytical Chemistry in Building Vibrant Economies, Industries, Food Security and Environmental Management

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The 14th NAPRECA Symposium and AAMPS Ethnoveterinary Medicine Symposium

Date & Time: From 2011-08-08
To 2011-08-12
Description of Conference








Group picture of the 14th NAPRECA symposium participants


Second Conference of IYC 2011 Celebrations

Date & Time: From 2011-02-15
To 2011-02-17
Description of Conference

This is conference organized by the Department in order to celebrate IYC 2011. The theme of the conference was "Popularizing Chemistry with respect to Vision 2030". The conference was sponsored by:

  1. DOW Chemicals
  2. National Council for Science and Technology
  3. Kenya Bureau of Standards
  4. GlaxoSmithKline

Participants of the Second conference of International Year of Chemistry (IYC 2011)

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Pan African Chemistry Network Sustainable Water Conference

Date & Time: From 2009-08-25
To 2009-08-28
Description of Conference


Africa is acutely sensitive to water issues. Several countries have lost as much as 25% of their water resources from their lakes and reservoirs. The state of the ground water is poorly mapped and the pattern of rainfall is changing due to climatic change. Above all, Africa has a rapidly growing population that needs water for food production and industrial uses.

The conference will therefore review critical water issues and will cover both theoretical and applied water knowledge. Sessions will include:

  • Water quality and contamination
  • Water usage for human consumption, industrial use, recreation and agriculture
  • Sustainable water management and treatment: recycling & use, desalination, treatment processes, infrastructure, planning & management and purification technology
  • Climate change and water
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