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The Chemistry Calendar
Per Thorén | added on Feb 21, 2011 | Sweden
We make 12 fun, educational and action-packed videos, one for each month of IYC 2011, to show how chemistry plays a role in our daily lives - and in our future!
LGC Standards celebrates IYC2011
Roger Kasselstrand | added on Jan 09, 2011 | Sweden
We would like to celebrate this IYC2011 by promoting chemistry in a monthly newsletter to all our customers. The theme of the monthly newsletter would be the same theme as the Swedish National Committee for Chemistry has chosen.
"Chemistry Matters": short, educational videos with 16 Nobel Laureates in Chemistry on Nobelprize.org
Merci Olsson | added on Dec 27, 2010 | Sweden
“Chemistry is really the queen of the sciences. If there is any one subject that an educated person should know in the world, it is chemistry.” Roger Kornberg, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry 2006
Nordic conference for Chemistry teachers
Vivi-Ann Långvik | added on Dec 09, 2010 | Sweden
Chemistry teachers from all the Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden) will meet to seek information and inspiration in order to improve our pupils interest and learning in chemistry.
Networking Breakfast - Lund University, Sweden
Cecilia Von arnold | added on Nov 04, 2010 | Sweden
A breakfast seminar for women within chemistry will be held at the Department of Chemistry at Lund University.