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1213 May 2014
London, United Kingdom
The Royal Society
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Lisa Huggins
The Royal Society
6-9 Carlton House Terrace
United Kingdom
020 7451 2609


The new chemistry of the elements

This discussion meeting – the first-ever linking the Royal Society and the German Academy of Sciences – will confirm that the Periodic Table not only represents the best way of mastering the fascinating and diverse science and technology of the chemical elements, but also continues to inspire new science, thinking and avenues of multidisciplinary research through 'The new chemistry of the elements'.

The Periodic Table of the chemical elements continues to be the most fundamental natural system of classification ever devised.