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Cape Cod Science Cafe-Celebrating Quarter 4 of the International Year of Chemistry
Jennifer Maclachlan | added on Nov 30, 2011 | United States
Join us for hands-on science experiments related to althy kids. Let’s get our kids excited about science!
Stop in, participate in a chemistry experiment aimed at grades K-12, have a snack and socialize
at the Cape Cod Science Café with local area chemists, friends and families from your community.
An inter-school quiz on Chemistry
Bhagyabati Nayak | added on Nov 28, 2011 | India
An inter-school quiz on Chemistry was organised on November 26 in which participants from 22 schools from all over Odisha took part. The competition was held in six rounds and six schools qualified for the final rounds
Lec/Demo (Marathi): rasayanshastratil gamti-jamti (chemistry is fun!)
Arnab Bhattacharya | added on Nov 28, 2011 | India
TIFR Public Outreach and Pratibha Study Circle Mulund bring you a lecture-demonstration specially for the International Year of Chemistry on 7th Dec. 2011. This programme will be in Marathi, and will showcase a series of fun hand-on chemistry experiments, many of which can be done with simple "chemicals" found in the kitchen!
Chai and Why? Molecules that modulate your mood
Arnab Bhattacharya | added on Nov 22, 2011 | India
Chai and Why? is TIFR's twice-a-month science cafe. Prof. Vidita Vaidya looks at the variety of molecules that serve as messengers between neurons in the brain. Some of them including serotonin, norepinephrine, anandamide and dopamine are molecules that shape complex emotions like happiness, motivation, fear and love.
The Nanotechnology Revolution: Visions of the Future
Jean-Michel Armengol | added on Nov 18, 2011 | Andorra
The famous phrase 'There is plenty of room at the bottom' end of the lecture by Professor Feynman in 1959, scientific interest focused on the ability to manipulate things at very small scale: the nanoscale. Nanotechnology encompasses a wide range of scientific disciplines and industrial activities.