International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Understand Water Chemistry for Healthy Life Keshav Mohan   |   added on Jan 06, 2011    |    India Awareness chemistry of pure water. Types & sources of water pollution. Methods & chemistry of water purification.
Topic: water, hygiene Audience: village folks, public

experimental quiz srikrishna sai koppisetti   |   added on Dec 26, 2010    |    India introduce students to chemistry lab equipment and chemical
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know the elements srikrishna sai koppisetti   |   added on Dec 26, 2010    |    India to prepare different activites based on periodical table to high school children, like cross word puzzles, quizes
Topic: Audience: highschool students

IYC-2011 Inauguration Function at IISc Bangalore Uday Maitra   |   added on Dec 23, 2010    |    India The IYC-2011 campaign will be formally initiated by the CRSI and the Chemical Sciences Division at IISc Bangalore on 1st January, 2011. About 600 high school students have been invited. There will be an Inaugural Address by C.N.R. Rao and a Lecture with Demonstration by Uday Maitra.
Topic: celebrating chemistry Audience: school children

Intercollegiate Seminar Competition Pratibha Agrawal   |   added on Dec 18, 2010    |    India Seminar on current and emerging trends of chemistry for the welfare of society and also to increase the awareness about chemistry in students
Topic: seminars, competition Audience: graduate students, post graduate students