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Click Chemistry. Enlazando un mol de ideas
Carlos De los reyes | added on Sep 30, 2011 | Mexico
Click Chemistry is intended to spread the versatility of this science in daily life and to promote interest in the field. This is to be done through conferences and workshops about diverse applications such as chemistry in forensics, cosmetics, natural products and health.
Scuola di Chimica - School of Chemistry
Valentina Domenici | added on Sep 29, 2011 | Italy
This is the first School of Chemistry organized with the aim to present the last achievements in the field of analitical and instrumental chemistry with a special theme of "Chemistry for the Environment". The School is a 4 days of lessons and workshop.
A day full of Chemistry
Yannick Vercammen | added on Sep 25, 2011 | Belgium
"A day full of Chemistry" is a one-day activity in which people of all ages can participate in workshops, watch demo's, attend lectures, ...
From Less to Green - a Chemistry Workshop
Niti Kanva | added on Sep 19, 2011 | India
My school D.L.D.A.V. N.D. BLOCK ,Pitampura Delhi , India has organised two days workshop for chemistry teachers to train students to use less chemicals to reduce pollution & move towards green chemistry
HKU Chemistry Week 2011
Ella Wong | added on Sep 18, 2011 | Hong Kong
HKU Chemistry Week—Our Life, Our Future (Oct 4 - Oct 13, 2011)