Our members’ major source of communication is the Pacific Polymer Conference, which is conducted every two years in member countries. These are all-encompassing conferences that cover all aspects of polymer science. Because polymer science is intrinsically multidisciplinary, the topics of our conference will touch on every aspect of our technological society. Along the theme of Polymer Fundamentals and Properties, keynote lectures will be offered on the topics of Polymers for the Environment, Polymers for Health, and Polymers for Energy. A total of 25 symposia will be held to support these themes. We welcome you to participate in this fascinating programme by giving lectures or submitting posters.
Agriculture & Forestry
Royal Australian Chemical Institute was formed in Sydney in September, 1917 as the Australian Chemical Institute. The acronym of the institution is RACI. Professor David Wood is the President of the Board of the organization. RACI is the voice of chemistry in Australia. It is an institute that promotes science and chemistry in all its branches. It aims to encourage relation between tertiary education institutions and industries to get appropriately qualified students in the business. RACI hosts a series of events to recognize the role of chemistry in improving the quality of life and in sustainable development. It will organize the RACI Chemistry Interaction 2012 and Brain Break 2012 that will be attended by industry experts and professionals. The organization supports and gives emphasis on the needs and interests of its members.