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Chemistry students who do not know the JungChemikerForum (JCF) of the German Chemical Society are to blame. The JCF is the organization of the young members of the German Chemical Society. The JCF has existed since 1997 and is divided into more than 50 local JungChemikerForums, which enrich the offerings at their respective locations through their activities. In addition to the local JCF events, there are also national events, such as job exchanges and workshops.
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last modified: 10.05.2021 15:19 H from K.J.Schmitz