The Institute of Chemistry of Ireland was founded in 1950 and registered as a company under the Companies Acts 1908 - 1924. It can trace it origins back to 1922, the foundation of the State, when it was called the Chemical Association of Ireland.

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  • Irish Chemical News 

    Hobbs, Patrick; Heaton, Mark; McMurry, Brian (Institute of Chemistry of Ireland, ireland, 2017-04)
    Irish chemical news, Issue 2, April 2017
  • Irish Chemical News 

    Franklin, Margaret; Sodeau, John; Donnelly, Dervilla; White, Philip; Byoko, Ruslan; Hobbs, Patrick (Institute of Chemistry of Ireland, ireland, 2017-02)
    Irish chemical news, Issue 1, February 2017
  • Irish Chemical News 

    Franklin, Margaret; Coveney, Donal; Shanahan, Imelda; Sodeau, John; Hobbs, Patrick; Stalcup, Apryll M.; Glennon, Jeremy D.; Heaton, Mark; Lang, Yvonne; O'Sullivan, James (Institute of Chemistry of Ireland, ireland, 2016-12)
    Irish chemical news, No.5, December 2016
  • Irish Chemical News 

    Franklin, Margaret; Hobbs, Patrick; Ó Muircheartaigh, Seán; O'Grady, Des; Leonard, Ray; Hannigan, Thomas; Cunningham, Darragh; Hannon, Tim (Institute of Chemistry of Ireland, ireland, 2016-09)
    Irish chemical news, 4, September 2016
  • Irish Chemical News 

    Roche, James J.; Franklin, Margaret; Hobbs, Patrick; Hodnett, Kieran; Cantwell, Helen; Bradley, Derek; Burke, Mary (Institute of Chemistry of Ireland, ireland, 2016-07)
    Irish chemical news, 3, July 2016

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