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Dow AgroSciences Industry, Brazil celebrates IYC - Launch and Event Calendar
Magali Betta | added on Jul 07, 2011 | Brazil
Workshops, lectures and classes devoted to preservation of the community, its enviroment and building awareness of the importance of Chemistry in our daily lives.
Chilford Hall- Vineyard tour & wine tasting
Jacqui Colgate | added on Jul 04, 2011 | United Kingdom
The tour begins in the winery and the entire wine making process is explained from the management of the vine, the pruning and picking of the grapes, through to the processing, fermentation, blending and bottling.
Conference on Environmental Science & Technologies for Sustainable Development
Nagajyothi K | added on Jun 23, 2011 | India
The conference will be held during 19th-20th August 2011. Abstracts related to the above topic may be sent firstname.lastname@example.org by 05.07.2011. The conference will be held at Aarupadai Veedu Institute of Technology, Old Mahabalipuram Road, Chennai
National Science Week in South Africa
Stephen Ashworth | added on Jun 22, 2011 | United Kingdom
Chemistry shows and educator workshops in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa and the opening of a new science centre.
Secrets of Formulation III
Jacqui Colgate | added on Jun 21, 2011 | United Kingdom
Designing colloidal formulations is an exceptionally complex process that requires a combination of scientific knowledge, experimental skill, experience, imagination and enthusiasm. Combining these with the correct inspiration can produce innovative colloidal systems and solutions to problems.