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Journal of Chemical Education
Alice Teter | added on Oct 22, 2010 | United States
Throughout 2011, each issue of the Journal of Chemical Education will include articles related to the International Year of Chemistry, with special emphasis on resources and activities for use by science educators at all levels.
ChemBio Finland 2011
Tony Ahlqvist | added on Oct 19, 2010 | Finland
Professional event in chemistry and biotechnology held biannually. ChemBio offers free of charge seminars, presentations and trade fair for those working within the industry around the Baltic Sea region and students of chemistry and biotechnology.
The Chemical Heritage Foundation's Year-long IYC 2011 Celebration
Monica Fonorow | added on Oct 15, 2010 | United States
Throughout 2011 the Chemical Heritage Foundation (CHF) will produce events and programs to further the goals of the International Year of Chemistry.
Marian Asantewah Nkansah | added on Oct 07, 2010 | Ghana
Junior and senior high pupils will be asked to come up with a painting depicting chemistry or any chemistry concept.
EPCA film showing the chemical industry is a provider of solutions matching humanity's current and future factual needs
Maria De Rycke | added on Oct 01, 2010 | International
The chemical industry, as a necessary supplier of all other industries, is the provider of solutions matching humanity's current and future factual needs (access to food, drinkable water, health, energy and emission friendly housing and transportation, communication and education, females and science)