International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Invitation to Chemistry: 1-day trial experience for chemistry at Hirosaki University Masanobu Sagisaka   |   added on Jul 19, 2011    |    Japan One lecture and 6 experiments for chemistry will be held at Hirosaki University for chemical education of secondary school students on 5th August 2011.
Topic: chemistry education, demonstration Audience: secondary school students

Experimental Show Rosalind Boulton   |   added on Jun 21, 2011    |    Australia Fire and ice, smoke and explosions galore - come and celebrate the International Year of Chemistry with our chemists who are sure to excite and entertain you in this spectacular show that demonstrates what chemistry is all about!
Topic: chemistry, show, magic, demonstration Audience: children, families, students, high schools, secondary schools, univ

Microscale Experiments in Environmental Chemistry Shrivallabh Kamat   |   added on Jan 19, 2011    |    India Demonstration and hands-on experiences of Microscale Experiments in Environmental Chemistry related to pollution of air by gases like COx, NOx and SOx using microscale kits.
Topic: chemical education, demonstration, hands-on experiments, microscale experiments Audience: science teachers, students, educators, post graduate students, women chemists, tertiary education, general public, secondary school students, secondary schools, school children, high schools, secondary schools students