The Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI) was founded in 1917 as both the qualifying body in Australia for professional chemists and a learned society promoting the science and practice of chemistry. Almost one hundred years on and the RACI has over 4,500 members with an extensive nationwide network and a presence in every state and territory. Its membership is dedicated to the professional advancement of chemistry in the broadest context to the betterment of humanity. Members work across all Australian industrial sectors, in food and hygiene; climate and environment; energy and resources; analytical and forensic; health and biotechnology; universities and research institutes; education and the public service.
One of the primary services to members and the chemistry community in general is the provision of conferences and seminars to promote the knowledge advancement in all fields of chemical science.
Over the next three years the Institute will be presenting 12 conferences with the major focal point being the 2017 Centenary Congress where eight international conferences will be run side by side along with the RACI National Conference with the unique attribute being that a delegate from any of the individual events will have open access to all events.
For further information, visit the RACI website or contact;
Royal Australian Chemical Institute
1/21 Vale Street