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Karly Burr | added on Mar 01, 2011 | Canada
Fun and exciting chemistry demonstrations in Medicine Hat for students.
Lee Hanlan | added on Feb 28, 2011 | Canada
On May 14th the chemistry departments at Simon Fraser University and Douglas College will host an afternoon of chemistry related hands-on activities, demonstrations and challenges to engage, educate and entertain the general public. This event will take place at Simon Fraser University's Burnaby Campus.
Hands-On Water Analysis Activity
Stephen Twa | added on Feb 26, 2011 | Canada
Visiting chemists come into Gr. 4-6 classrooms in the Edmonton region and give a presentation on basic water testing. Under the guidance of these chemists, the students test their own water samples.
Italian Scientific Community in Canada celebrating the International Year of Chemistry
Francesca Mangiarini | added on Feb 24, 2011 | Canada
Seminars on the research of Italian Researchers in Canada or visiting Canada
Impossible2possible - Expedition Bolivia - La Ruta de Sal
Ewan Affleck | added on Feb 22, 2011 | Canada
In May 2011 impossible2possible (i2P) will mount an expedition the Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt flat in the world, high in the Bolivian Andes. In honor of the International Year of Chemistry, i2P will take the principles of chemistry out of the classroom and into the remarkable environment of the Salar.