National Committee for Chemistry

The National Committee for Chemistry (NCC) aims to foster chemistry in Australia, link the Academy to Australian scientists and relevant scientific societies, and serve as a link between Australian and overseas chemists, primarily through the International Union for Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC). The NCC seeks to shape future directions for chemistry in Australia through the production of a decadal plan for the discipline, to be undertaken jointly with the Royal Australian Chemical Institute. The committee also aims to actively strengthen the relationship between Australia and IUPAC, in particular through the nomination of Australia as the host for large IUPAC conferences and meetings, and through involvement in organising such conferences when successful. Through these activities, the committee will facilitate community-wide strategic planning initiatives; promote the national value and benefits of chemistry; and manage relations between Australian chemists, the Academy and IUPAC.

Members

Professor Paul Mulvaney
Chair
Professor Paul Bernhardt
Member
Professor Michelle Louise Coote
Member
Professor Martina Stenzel
Member
Dr Fiona Scholes
Member
Dr Ken Silburn
Member
Dr Oliver Jones
EMCR
A/Professor Richard Payne
EMCR
Professor David Black
Observer
Mr Peter Bury
Observer

Governance

Reports and activities

Related groups and organisations

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