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SEPAWA To Award Six Scientists

March 4, 2008

GERMANY: The Soap, Perfume and Detergent Experts Association (SEPAWA) is intensifying its commitment to the promotion of junior scientists. Up to five awards will be granted to graduates of technical colleges, and one for an outstanding doctoral dissertation, at the annual SEPAWA Congress to take place in Würzburg from Oct. 15-17, 2008.

The association, whose goal it is to encourage practical and scientific training and advanced training for all those working in the fields of detergents, cleaners, cosmetics and fragrances, as well as chemical-technical applications, is thus providing vital incentives for the scientific examination of its subject areas.
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