The Uganda Society of Professional Chemists is a non-profit organisation that aims to unite chemists and professionals from related fields for the transformation of livelihoods through advancing the chemical sciences. We seek to achieve this aim by implementing our Objectives and providing a wide range of Services to our members and the community.
Uganda Socety of Professional Chemists advocates for utilisation of technological advances to address global challenges. We advocate for use of advanced chromatographic techniques like HPLC, GC, MS to aid forensic investigations, ascertain parentage and detect trace impurities in imported and locally manufactured products. We also engage in market research that is relevant to the chemical professionals, scholars, industrialists and policy makers
The "why" question can be addressed at two levels, by looking at the thermochemistry of bulk materials and by examining at what is going on at the atomic level and the atom's quest for spherical symmetry.
The Gibbs function is: (change in)G = (change in)H - T(change in)S
The Gibbs function, (change in)G = (change in)H - T(change in)S, tells us that the entropy term, (change in)S, is multiplied by the thermodynamic temperature, T, and so the energy dispersion contribution becomes progressively more important as the temperature is increases.
Mbale Forensic Lab
The Government of Uganda has completed the commisioning of a fully fledged Forensic Laboratory to serve Eastern and Nothern regions of the country.
Oil Exploration in Masindi
The Society will be launched in a colorful ceremony shortly after the first AGM.
We are currently registering new members in all categories of membership.
Please contact our Membership Desk for more information.
Through the International Year of Chemistry (IYC 2011), the world will celebrate the art and science of chemistry, and its essential contributions to knowledge, to environmental protection, to improvement of health, and to economic development.
The Official International Launch Ceremony for IYC 2011 will take place at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris on 27-28 January 2011. The agenda includes an international seminar, an exhibition, and other related social and cultural events.
Corporately, our members provide a pool of diverse skills and experiences that are key in advancing the reputation and vitality of the Society.
Membership to USPC assures continued professional development and networking opportunities for all our individual members.
There are several different membership classes depending on the qualifications of the individual.
These have made outstanding contribution to chemistry and the community
Thsi is the senior category of membership. They have extensive career progression.
The main category of membership; for graduates in the chemical sciences.
This category of membership is for Institutions and other corporate entities.