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Two chemistry world bodies honor Kuwaiti female scientists in ''11.

The International Union of Pure and Applied

Chemistry (IUPAC) and American Chemistry Society (ACS) have singled out

Thursday Dr. Faiza Al-Kharafi, and Dr. Nouriya Al-Awadhi of the Chemistry Dep.

of the Faculty of Science, Kuwait university as two of the world's distinctive

chemists in 2011.

The Kuwait Chemical Society said, in a statement today, that these two

scientific world bodies extended thanks to Al-Kharafi and Al-Awadhi on the

occasion of scaling up such distinctive world levels along with inviting them

to attend a special honoring ceremony that will be held on August 2 in Puerto

Rico on the sidelines of the 43rd world congress of IUPAC.

Moreover, a scientific periodical issued by the Florida Center for

Heterocyclic Compounds (FCHC) devoted a special issue for honoring the

scientific and research career of Dr. Nouriya Al-Awadhi, while the published

research papers on her were penned by a galaxy of world chemical scientists.

The UN General Assembly declared 2011 as an international year of chemistry

in coincidence with the one hundred anniversary of awarding Marie Curie Nobel

prize for Chemistry in 1911.

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Date:May 19, 2011
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