The congress has reached its twelfth edition demonstrating the great interest of inorganic and organic chemists for the organometallic chemistry. This is also confirmed by the fact that the Group of Organometallic Chemistry, G.I.C.O., with its c.a. 130 participants, is the largest interdivisional group of the Italian Chemical Society.
Over the years, the scientific interest addressed by many researchers, having different backgrounds, to the chemistry of metals and their potential application in many fields, has promoted the development of interdisciplinary fields of research such as bioorganometallic chemistry and materials science, focused on nanotechnologies, as well as new materials and processes whose goal is to produce zero-carbon energy.
The G.I.C.O. congress is a biennial event and represents a possibility for researchers working in this field to spread their results and share new ideas. These can promote the creation of new partnerships, giving a great benefit for the cultural growth of the entire chemical community.
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