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Sibo Mixes Things Up by Ginny Stone
Ginny Stone | added on May 23, 2011 | South Africa
A fun story book for young children - written in rhyme - with the topic of chemistry woven into the story line. This book is the 10th in the Sibo Series, published by Lets Look publishers (Pretoria, South Africa). It is now available - visit the website for more details - http://www.sibo.co.
National Science Week (NSW) in Cape Town 29Jul to 6Aug 2011
Chabad De Jaeger | added on Apr 06, 2011 | South Africa
The NSW is an anual event organised by the Dept Science & Technolgy in South Africa. The event creates awareness of science & technolgy for learners, teachers, educators, business people, scientists and researchers.
Workshop and Conference on Functional Polymeric Materials & Composites
Aneli Fourie | added on Jun 28, 2010 | South Africa
The 11th UNESCO/IUPAC Workshop and Conference on Functional Polymeric Materials & Composites will focus on the synthesis, characterization and application of these materials.
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.