SFR attends CSC2018 and hosts exclusive mixer

June 01, 2018 1 min read

SFR attends CSC2018 and hosts exclusive mixer

SFR is a proud sponsor and participant of the annual Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition.

The CSC 2018 conference took place May 27-31 in Edmonton, Alberta and was themed “Chemistry in a Post-Modern Age”.

Each year SFR takes great pride in hosting our exclusive Materials Division Mixer at the CSC. We bring together Canadians and international chemistry-materials communities for an evening of fun, great discussions, amazing food and drinks. It’s a great opportunity to catch up with SFR’s old friends and connect with new students and researchers.

In 2019, we will again be an active part of the CSC which will be held in Quebec City.

We are looking forward to hosting you again at our exclusive mixer!



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