The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) is the world authority on chemical nomenclature and terminology, including the naming of new elements in the periodic table; on standardized methods for measurement; and on atomic weights, and many other critically-evaluated data.

A neutral and objective scientific organization, IUPAC was established in 1919 by academic and industrial      chemists who shared a common goal – to unite a fragmented, global chemistry community for the advancement of the chemical sciences via collaboration and the free exchange of scientific information.Throughout its long history IUPAC has fulfilled that goal through the creation of a common language and the standardization of processes and procedures. Learn more here


AFERP (Association Francophone pour l’Enseignement et la Recherche en Pharmacognosie) aims to promote the development and coordination of teaching and research in Pharmacognosy, to contribute to the exchange of information and national and international contacts concerning the study of medicinal plants and substances natural, mainly those of therapeutic interest. Learn more here


ASP (American Society of Pharmacognosy) was established in 1959, and its members are committed to promote and develop the science of pharmacognosy and all aspects of those sciences related to natural products. Learn more here


The main scientific interests of GA (Society for Medicinal Plant and Natural Product Research) are in the area of horticulture, pharmacognosy, phytochemistry, pharmacology, phytotherapy, basic research and related fields and include Horticulture of Medicinal Plants, Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry, Pharmacology, Phytotherapy and Basic/Applied Research. Learn more here


The Phytochemical Society of Europe (PSE) exists to serve all those with an interest in the chemistry and biochemistry of plants and in the applications of such knowledge in industry and agriculture. Learn more here


The Association of Greek Chemists (AGC) was founded in 1924 as the Greek government’s official advisor on Chemistry related issues. In the present, through targeted training events and conferences, serves all who wish to indulge in chemistry both applied and theoretical. Learn more here


The objectives of SBQ (Sociedade Brasileira de Química), founded in 1977, are the development and consolidation of the Brazilian chemical community as well as the dissemination of Chemistry. Learn more here


SCI (Società Chimica Italiana) was founded in 1909 and officially established in 1926 as the Italian scientific association to promote the study and progress in Chemistry. Learn more here


Important Dates

Congress Dates: November 25-29, 2018 

Deadline for abstract submission: July 6, 2018 

Extension of abstract submission: September 6, 2018 

Deadline for early registration fee: August 23, 2018 

New Deadline for early registration fee: September 30, 2018 

Extension of abstract submission for poster presentation: September 15, 2018 

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