|Topic:||references||Audience:||decision makers, professional chemists|
Project Responsible and Media Coordinator, FORO QUÍMICA Y SOCIEDAD
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Organizations:FORO QUÍMICA Y SOCIEDAD
IYC Interests:Increase the public appreciation and understanding of chemistry
Encourage interest of young people in chemistry
Generate enthusiasm for the creative future of chemistry
All Chemistry-related sectors -research, academia, industry, technology transfer, unions, etc., as well as all professionals somehow related to Chemistry and its development, are represented in FORO QUÍMICA Y SOCIEDAD (www.quimicaysociedad.org).
To establish the means for a permanent dialog with Society and its representatives, making the contributions of Chemistry to the well-being of humankind widely known; to cooperate with the Media in the creation of divulgation programs on the applications of Chemistry; and being a reliable information source on Chemistry-related subjects are among the goals of FORO QUÍMICA Y SOCIEDAD.
On IYC2011, FORO QUÍMICA Y SOCIEDAD will carry out 20+ commemorative actions regarding Society (general scope), Education, Science and Industry, as well and Meetings with top industry and government representatives.
Spanish Official Opening for the INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF CHEMISTRY 2011 No Events
|Topic:||celebrating chemistry||Audience:||professors, decision makers, educators, general public|
Commemorative IYC Publication (in Spanish): “Tienes química, tienes vida” No Events
|Topic:||celebrating chemistry, publications, references||Audience:||general public, decision makers, students, educators|
Spanish Commemorative Coin for the International Year of Chemistry No Events
|Topic:||celebrating chemistry, art||Audience:||general public|
Foro QUÍMICA y SOCIEDAD IYC activities supported by the Spanish National Commission for Cooperation with UNESCO No Events
|Topic:||celebrating chemistry, publications, website||Audience:||general public, decision makers|
Spanish IYC commemorative video on the Contributions of Chemistry to the Wellbeing of Society No Events
|Topic:||celebrating chemistry, art, references, video||Audience:||general public, decision makers|