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Chemistry conferences provide a platform for scholars to share their findings and ideas in various areas of Chemistry. Simultaneously, they also provide a podium for scholars and companies to discover the latest innovations in the field ahead of publication. With each passing year, the number of people registering for attending a conference is increasing, and so is the number of speakers. An itinerary of all Chemistry Conferences going to be held in a year, and the broad topics they deal with is created ahead of time. The participants are free to choose their topics of interest from among these scheduled international events. Abstracts of all topics of discussion, and posters to be presented are collated beforehand.

Chemistry conferences host scientists, researchers, chemical organizations, and representatives of the pharmaceutical and chemical companies. Chemistry Conferences serve as a cradle for the genesis of new ideas pertaining to novel possibilities in the field such as: development/synthesis of new therapeutic molecules, development/synthesis of new materials or alloys to be used in mining or infrastructure, development of new methodologies for conducting chemical reactions, or identification of new elements in the periodic table having novel properties etc. The biggest draw of Conferences is that they allow scientists, scholars, and practitioners to network; participants get to contact and meet new people in an informal atmosphere.