Res. Chem. Intermed., Vol. 34, No. 2–3, pp. 113 – 114 (2008) Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2008. Also available online - www.brill.nl/rci The Chinese–French Seminar on New Functional Inorganic, Organic and Hybrid (nano) Materials was held from 21 to 23 November, 2006 at East China University of Science & Technology (Shanghai, China). It was a great event, and at the same time provided a good chance for communication between Chinese and French scholars in the ﬁeld of functional materials. This seminar was supported by the French Consulate in Shanghai, the Direction Relations Européennes et Internationales of CNRS and East China University of Science & Technology. In this seminar, Professor Clément Sanchez, representing 10 French professors, and Chunhui Huang and Junhao Chu, as representants of more than 20 Chinese professors, gave keynote lectures. We believe the opening of this seminar will surely be one part of rich academic resources. It has profound meanings in many respects. For example, it improved the communication between Chinese and international scholars. This seminar played a positive, signiﬁcant role in vigorously promoting the growth of the society, even the world, not only in the academic area but also in economic, social and scientiﬁc areas. Many
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