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Networking Breakfast - FUJIFILM Tilburg, Netherlands
Henrike Krijnsen | added on Dec 10, 2010 | Netherlands
Approx. 20 women with chemical background will participate in a breakfast on Jan 18 2011. We invited a speaker to talk on how to motivate youngsters to choose for beta / nature classes at school.
Student Physical Chemistry Video Competition
Jim McQuillan | added on Dec 09, 2010 | International
!! VIEW RESULTS BELOW !!
Nature & Chemistry
Adarsh Bhatti | added on Dec 09, 2010 | India
We are one with the nature. We are made up of same elements as the universe. By simple fun experiments we can create interest in common man about Chemistry & can remove their superstitions ,that unholy Godman are exploiting.
Science Saturday - Celebrating IYC2011
Linda De la garza | added on Dec 08, 2010 | United States
Hands-on science experiments for children are among the many activities planned for area residents during this year's celebration of the International Year of Chemistry (2011). The event is an outreach program hosted by the Southwest Georgia section of the American Chemical Society and Valdosta State University College of Arts
Lecture: Simply H2O
Marília Peres | added on Dec 08, 2010 | Portugal
Lecture about the importance of the water, with a historical perspective.