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JCIA celebrates the IYC2011 by conducting and participating in exhibitions
Ayumu Inoue | added on Jan 10, 2012 | Japan
JCIA and its members plan to celebrate the International Year of Chemistry by communicating about the IYC2011 to a broad rabge of audiencews by conducting and participating in various exibitions.
Hands-on, Hearts-on and Minds-on: Chemistry Teaching-Learning Using Low-Cost Apparatus and Chemicals
Temechegn Engida | added on Jan 01, 2012 | Ethiopia
This workshop for teachers demonstrates an awareness of using low cost appropriate teaching-learning materials for chemistry and shows the efficiency, cost and appropriateness of low cost materials from locally available materials.
NESACS Celebrates IYC+1 in 2012
Morton Hoffman | added on Dec 27, 2011 | United States
During 2012, the Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society (NESACS) will continue and expand upon its activities of 2011 under the "umbrella" of IYC+1.
Chemistry Education in Ethiopia
Gedion Getahun | added on Dec 21, 2011 | Germany
Symposium was held to encourage the interest of young people in Chemistry. Therefore , during the symposium efforts were made to show how to enhance the capacity of Chemical Education in Ethiopia.
Global Water Experiment in Turkey - Küresel su deneyi
Nurşen Kalyoncu | added on Dec 20, 2011 | Turkey
As Amasya Science and Art Center teachers and students, we have made the analyses of the water of Yesilırmak river that cross through the city.