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Interesting and useful experiments course for chemistry teachers of secondary school
Tomoko Sato | added on Aug 12, 2011 | Japan
Chemistry teachers of scondary schools in Japan have been in trouble overnot enough students who like chemistry and been trying to show interesting experiments in front of students. So we could like to help them by intersting useful experiments.
Chemistry show «Magical Liquids» at Entertainment Science Museum «LabirintUm»
Tatiana Natarova | added on Aug 01, 2011 | Russian Federation
Chemistry show «Magical Liquids» is designed to cover the basics of chemistry, introduce interesting experiments to children to make them familiar with the physical properties of liquids and fun stories about chemistry. The show involves little minds in the dialogue with chemistry, museum guide Professor and their peers.
“Chemistry, Sciences, Culture and Society in the making of Europe”
David Coates | added on Jul 26, 2011 | France
An international conference exploring the impacts and relevance of chemistry on both the past and modern European society.
Seminar on Safety in the Chemistry Laboratory
Damodar Prabhu | added on Jul 22, 2011 | India
Wilson College, Mumbai has organised a seminar on Safety in the Chemistry Laboratory in collaboration with B.A.S.F, Mumbai on August 10,2011 for the benefit of students, teachers and researchers
Interesting and Enjoyable Chemical Experiments Festival for Students
Yuki Nakamura | added on Jul 20, 2011 | Japan
Chemistry seems to be difficult for secondary school students in Japan to understand. So, we would like to make these students understand fun of chemistry through this festival. We hope that many students will be interested in the chemical field.