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Journal of Chemical Education
Alice Teter | added on Oct 22, 2010 | United States
Throughout 2011, each issue of the Journal of Chemical Education will include articles related to the International Year of Chemistry, with special emphasis on resources and activities for use by science educators at all levels.
I Youth International Congress of Chemistry
Jorge Ruiz-Davila | added on Oct 18, 2010 | Peru
We at the Universidad Interamericana para el Desarrollo will celebrate the 2011 International Year of Chemistry by organizing the Chemistry World Youth Congress.
Italian IYC website www.chimica2011.it
Veronica Cremonesi | added on Oct 15, 2010 | Italy
Website dedicated to the promotion of the events organized in the International Year of Chemistry in Italy by the sponsors
19th International Conference: POLYCHAR 19
Rameshwar Adhikari | added on Oct 08, 2010 | Nepal
POLYCHAR belongs to a series of prestigious annual conferences taking place in different countries:
http://www.unt.edu/POLYCHAR/. The Forum provides a platform for presentation of innovations in Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) from academia (including students) and industry.
Periodic Table on Show
Vicki Gardiner | added on Oct 08, 2010 | Australia
Australian artists will join with chemists to produce a unique interpretation of each element of the 2010 IUPAC Periodic Table. The artwork will be available for touring, photographed for posters, and become a web-resource listing information prepared by the chemist and the story behind the piece by the artists.