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2011 Kilpatrick Lecture: A Chemistry Renaissance featuring George Whitesides Aditya Unni | added on Aug 31, 2011 | United States George Whitesides (Harvard University) a world renowned scientist and advocate for chemistry as a solution to global health and energy needs will give a technical lecture "Reinventing Chemistry" and lead a panel discussion "Solving Problems or Satisfying Curiousity." A student poster session will be held.
Celebrating Undergraduate Research Christine Gottardo | added on Aug 08, 2011 | Canada A video has been produced highlighting undergraduate research students as they describe the importance of research experience to their undergraduate learning. web-site: http://chemistry.lakeheadu.ca/?display=page&pageid=14
|Topic:||undergraduate research||Audience:||students, universities, decision makers|
Chemistry Lab for Kids and Teachers, Fabrication of a Voltaic Cell in the Edo Era Kazuaki Hiroki | added on Aug 05, 2011 | Japan Students and teachers understand the mechanism of voltaic cells, through the experiments from the Japanese first chemistry book "Seimi-Kaiso (1837)" written by Yoan Udagawa.
|Topic:||seminar and workshop||Audience:||students, teachers and general public, decision makers|
Towards European synergy for research in chemistry - a Euro-Chemistry summit Nico Kos | added on Jul 26, 2011 | Netherlands Euro-chemistry is organizing a summit where we bring together stakeholders including chemistry performers, chemistry funders, chemical industry, policy makers (national & European level), international organizations, and non-European stakeholders such as the US National Science Foundation in order to discuss improved funding.
|Topic:||conferences, chemistry||Audience:||professional chemists, professors, research scientists, industrial chemists, decision makers|
“Chemistry, Sciences, Culture and Society in the making of Europe” David Coates | added on Jul 26, 2011 | France An international conference exploring the impacts and relevance of chemistry on both the past and modern European society.