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Nanotechnology for Schools and the General Public
Alan Smith | added on Aug 18, 2011 | International
Share this small 32-page booklet on the applications of nanotechnology.
Exibition on Marie Curie
Asuka Takahashi | added on Aug 18, 2011 | Japan
Exibition on Marie Curie for International year of CHEMISTRY 2011 will be held at Isahaya Public Library
Investigation to Chemistry: Try chemical experiments in Fukuoka University of Education
Masaaki Harada | added on Aug 16, 2011 | Japan
Five chemical experiments including "chemical magic of colors", "separate pigments", "procedure artificail salmon roe reform kelp", "heat generation by crystallization from solution", and "drawing an electric pen" will be demonstrated.demonstrated.
Produce a card game, "CHEMISTRY QUEST" and hold related events
Daigo Fujita | added on Aug 15, 2011 | Japan
Create and promote "CHEMISTRY QUEST", an academic and game based on chemical bond which was produced by a elementaly student. Hot events at cafe in Shinjyuku-ku, Tokyo, for learning and enjoying chemistry using the card game.
IYC 2011 Day at The Breen Technology Center in Cleveland Ohio
Tiffany Squires | added on Aug 11, 2011 | United States
On-site event for children of employees. "Household Chemistry" and other activities taking place to encourage interest of young people in chemistry. Set up like a "Bring Your Child to Work" day, but infused with exciting chemistry lessons & a chance to see where mom & dad work!