International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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The 3rd Maghreb Conference on Desalination and Water Treatment CMTDE 2011 Meral Mouelhi   |   added on Jan 07, 2011    |    Tunisia The Tunisian Desalination Association organizes with the cooperation of the European Desalination Society (EDS) the 3rd Maghreb Conference on Desalination and Water Treatment. This conference provides an excellent forum for professionals, scientists and technologists from all over the world.
Topic: conferences, environment, water, chemistry Audience: researchers, professional chemists, universities, industrial

Understand Water Chemistry for Healthy Life Keshav Mohan   |   added on Jan 06, 2011    |    India Awareness chemistry of pure water. Types & sources of water pollution. Methods & chemistry of water purification.
Topic: water, hygiene Audience: village folks, public

Water–A Chemical Solution: A Global Experiment Javier Garcia-Martinez   |   added on Aug 19, 2010    |    International School students around the world will be invited to explore one of Earth’s most critical resources, water. The results of their investigations will contribute to a Global Experiment, which will possibly become the biggest chemistry experiment ever.
Topic: chemistry education, chemistry experiment, hands-on activities, celebrating chemistry, water Audience: students, educators, general public, teachers, school children, secondary schools

South African Chemical Institute Convention Neil Coville   |   added on Jan 25, 2010    |    South Africa This 2011 congress of the Federation of African Societies of Chemistry (FASC), held jointly with the SACI convention, will seek to generate enthusiasm for the creative future of chemistry, key to Africa’s future.
Topic: climate change, water, food Audience: tertiary education, educators, decision makers, professional chemists