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IGN board meeting

On the occasion of the NATO-ASI school "New Organic Chemistry Reactions and Methodologies for Green Production" the IGN scientific representatives met in Galatina (Lecce, Italy) in the presence of delegates from China, the Arab Region, and Australia (4 Nov. 2006) for the 2nd IGN board meeting. Click here to view the minutes of this meeting.
During the IGN meeting, Professor Tundo (Chairman) presented members with a letter from the Italian Minister of Education, Research and University, written in support of the proposed actions of the IGN. Click here to view a translation of the letter.

IGN board meeting held in the Biblioteca Comunale, Galatina (Italy), with scientific representatives; Pietro Tundo (Italy) (Chairman), Kenneth R. Seddon (UK) (Vice Chairman), Howard Alper (Canada), Joan Brennecke (USA), Elena Golubina (Russia), Denis Neibecker (France), and Maggel Deetlefs (UK; Secretary); and invited observers; Janet Scott (Australia), Mohamed Tawfic (Egypt), Roberto Ballini (Italy), and Tao Jiang (China).














France, Germany and Japan officially join The IGN network.

IGN consists of eight research centers, one based in each of the G8 countries. Each research centre is responsible for the Network within its own country, and its head scientist represents his/her nation in the IGN. IGN is also open to participation by non-G8 countries. The eight research centers that form the IGN network are depicted below.

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updated: October 08 2013 11:13:38.