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Green Chemistry in Odisha
Bhagyabati Nayak | added on Nov 21, 2011 | India
In the seminar the students from 21 schools of odisha had participated and displayed beautiful and scientific powerpoint presentations on “GREEN CHEMISTRY”.
Women in Science and Education
Yoshie Soma | added on Nov 19, 2011 | Japan
International symposium entitled "wemen Science and Education" is held at Kobe University on december 19th (Mon) from 13:30-17:30. Symposium is composed 3 lectures, panel discussion and display of Madam Curie.
The Nanotechnology Revolution: Visions of the Future
Jean-Michel Armengol | added on Nov 18, 2011 | Andorra
The famous phrase 'There is plenty of room at the bottom' end of the lecture by Professor Feynman in 1959, scientific interest focused on the ability to manipulate things at very small scale: the nanoscale. Nanotechnology encompasses a wide range of scientific disciplines and industrial activities.
Chemistry – Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow
Meliha Zejnilagic-Hajric | added on Nov 17, 2011 | Bosnia And Herzegovina
Faculty of Science Sarajevo, as the oldest high education institution in Bosnia and Herzegovina where chemistry is taught and future Chemistry Science teachers are trained, we are planning to organize for this particular occasion a symposium open for international participants.
Yukiko Takegawa | added on Nov 17, 2011 | Japan
The chemistry and astrochemistry are quite different region of researches. However, those region researches came to be able to unite now, and to approach the truth of space.