Heritage Day at Chemical Heritage Foundation

April 16, 2003

Heritage Day Set for 12 June

Plan to spend the day at CHF on Thursday, 12 June, for Heritage Day 2003, a celebration of excellence and achievement in chemistry and the molecular sciences. Join us as we
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