The GDCh is the second largest member of the European Chemical Society (EuChemS).
EuChemS is an amalgamation of scientific specialist societies and professional associations from the field of chemistry. It currently includes 46 companies from Europe, representing a total of more than 160,000 chemists across Europe. In addition to the GDCh, the German Bunsen Society is also represented in the EuChemS.
The EuChemS is the successor organization of the Federation of European Chemical Societies (FECS), which was founded in 1970 with the major contribution of the GDCh.
The scientific activity of EuChemS, in particular conferences, networking, etc., is guaranteed by the relevant divisions and working parties. The GDCh sends German representatives to these bodies.
You can find out more about the EuChemS activities in the
annual year books.
You cannot personally become a member of EuChemS because direct members are the European chemical and molecular societies. Never mind, because: You can now become a friend of EuCheMS.
The EuChemS positioned itself on the occasion of the memorial day:
Chemists against Chemical Weapons.
On April 22, 1914, during World War I in Ypres / Belgium
used poison gas for the first time.
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