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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.
Gala Celebration Closing Ceremonies and 114th Annual Eggnog Reception
Edward Werner Cook | added on Dec 20, 2011 | United States
Closing Ceremonies of The International Year of Chemistry with Dr. Ana Persic, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization to be held at New York Academy of Sciences, Seven World Trade Center. Details at www.chemistsclub.org
Materials: Atom to Molecule
Sanjay Thakare | added on Dec 09, 2011 | India
This December 16th, 2011 gathering will be discussed the current trends in the chemistry research and main emphasis is on the facts abouts the role of mateials chemistry in the development of country in a large and mankind in specific. The main focus on catalysis, energy and environment.
Heike Henneken | added on Dec 05, 2011 | Germany
A play of Carl Djerassi and Roald Hoffmann, arranged by Andreas Herzau