Our Inorganic Chemistry Division was created to:
- provide a networking platform for those with an interest in inorganic chemistry from a variety of sectors.
- disseminate the latest research in, and applications of, inorganic chemistry.
- provide for the professional development of inorganic chemists.
- encourage students to embark on a career in inorganic chemistry.
It was established in 1986 as a home for all those working and involved in Inorganic Chemistry activities , from students, academics and researchers through to commerce and industry.
We cover all aspects of inorganic chemistry, including
- Chemistry of the main group elements, transition metals, and lanthanoid elements
Our division is strongly committed to supporting equity, diversity and inclusion.
A national conference every 18-24 months where the latest academic research and commercial sector innovations are presented.
- OZOM meetings in Organometallic Chemistry, a graduate student focused meeting held every 18-24 months.
- An annual State-based, one-day Inorganic Chemistry student symposium.