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Project work of students before IYC2011
Jackie Cheng | added on Nov 15, 2010 | Hong Kong
The captioned activities aims to arouse the interest of students towards IYC2011 and collect students work for exhibition in IYC2011
A Series of Chemistry Popularization Workshops
Brijesh Pare | added on Nov 03, 2010 | India
For Indian Middle, High and Secondary level school students and Teachers. Organizations of chemistry popularization workshops by quizzing the students of Indian school of class 7th to class 12th and Teachers. In India we propose to conduct 10 such workshops during IYC - 2011
Periodic Table on Show
Vicki Gardiner | added on Oct 08, 2010 | Australia
Australian artists will join with chemists to produce a unique interpretation of each element of the 2010 IUPAC Periodic Table. The artwork will be available for touring, photographed for posters, and become a web-resource listing information prepared by the chemist and the story behind the piece by the artists.
Marian Asantewah Nkansah | added on Oct 07, 2010 | Ghana
Junior and senior high pupils will be asked to come up with a painting depicting chemistry or any chemistry concept.
EPCA film showing the chemical industry is a provider of solutions matching humanity's current and future factual needs
Maria De Rycke | added on Oct 01, 2010 | International
The chemical industry, as a necessary supplier of all other industries, is the provider of solutions matching humanity's current and future factual needs (access to food, drinkable water, health, energy and emission friendly housing and transportation, communication and education, females and science)