The Society of Cosmetic Scientists has today announced the 32nd IFSCC Congress full scientific Programme, which is now available to view on www.ifscc2022.com/programme/
The event begins with a grand Opening Ceremony on the evening of Monday 19th September at Central Hall Westminster. Located almost directly opposite the Houses of Parliament, just a short distance from the Congress HQ at the Park Plaza Hotel Westminster Bridge. In addition to the evening Opening Ceremony and Welcome Reception, a range of Educational Workshops are on offer during the day as a pre-Congress optional extra. These start at 9.00am, Monday 19th September, in Central Hall Westminster. With limited availability the Educational Workshops are pre-bookable alongside a Congress Registration.
Judi Beerling, Chair of the IFSCC 2022 Organising Committee said, "Influential experts from over 30 countries will speak about headline topics at IFSCC 2022. We are delighted to finally be able to unveil the full Programme and thank everyone who has made this possible. We would especially like to thank Dr Majella Lane and the Scientific Committee, the IFSCC President Elect, Dr Tony Gough, as well as everyone who has shared their research with us. We look forward to seeing everyone in London!”
The 32nd IFSCC 2022 Congress is organised by the Society of Cosmetic Scientists, UK and Ireland, under the theme 'WHERE BEAUTY, SCIENCE AND INNOVATION MEET'. The Congress sessions start on 20th September and will gather scientists from all over the world to present their latest research over three days of podium and poster presentations, that will cover topics that range from advances in skin and hair science, innovative raw materials, sustainability, the omics and investigating the interaction of cosmetics with the microbiome, neuroscience, the senses and much more.
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The International Federation of Societies of Cosmetic Chemists (IFSCC) is a worldwide federation dedicated to international cooperation in cosmetic science and technology. It comprises 50 Societies representing 80 countries. The SCS is a founder member and a very active member of the IFSCC. IFSCC Congresses and Conferences take place in alternate years around the world. https://ifscc.org
The Society of Cosmetic Scientists (SCS) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting innovation in cosmetic science. Its mission is to inspire, inform and connect and it promotes education, research and collaboration to advance the science of cosmetics. It strives for excellence in its conduct, leadership, professionalism, continued professional development and its knowledge base. It has around 1,000 members and is affiliated to the IFSCC. www.scs.org.uk