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IYC Global Water Experiment in the Philippines
Ma. Cecilia Almeda | added on Dec 12, 2011 | Philippines
The event happened last November 17, 2011, at MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology, Iligan City, in celebration of the International Year of Chemistry. It was participated by freshmen students from ten (10) secondary schools.
Essay Competition for school and college students
Ghanasham Sathe | added on Dec 11, 2011 | India
An essay compitition is organised on the topics as follows
1. Chemistry in Daily life
2. Chemistry:The mothor of Sciences
3. Major discoveries in chemistry and its role on society
Scientist talk event "Nobel prize of chemistry 2011 This is quasi-crystal"
Moeko Tabata | added on Dec 11, 2011 | Japan
We will have a chemist studying about quasi-crystal, Prof.An-Pang Tsai, at the scientist talk event on 23th Dec.
Let's learn about quasi-crystal, and learn what is "order" through the structure of quasi-crystal.
An Industrial visit
Bhagyabati Nayak | added on Dec 09, 2011 | India
students visited the Industry "OMFED", Bhubaneswar, to observe many machines,workers and locomotives to produce packed milk, curd , ice-creams and many other items.
A short portrait of quebec chemists and biochemists
Yvan Ouellet | added on Dec 09, 2011 | Canada
A short biography of celebrate or unknown chemists and biochemists. Most worked or lived in Quebec (Canada) and some are world celebrities. Others had influence on chemistry, biochemistry, teaching and scientific vulgarization.