International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Chemistry and Sustainable Development in Haiti Mardochée Réveil   |   added on Jan 14, 2011    |    Haiti Four (4) Conferences will take place from May to August 2011 at Port-au-Prince, Gonaives, Cayes and Cap-Haitian for local decision-makers about the importance of chemistry in sustainable development.
Topic: conferences, celebrating chemistry, seminars Audience: decision makers, professors, educators, teachers

National contest: "Les futurs chimistes de Haiti" Mardochée Réveil   |   added on Jan 11, 2011    |    Haiti It is a contest for high school students of Haiti. The participants will answer questions about general and mineral chemistry and about the history of this science. The contest will be conducted by department. Each school will have a representative student and the best of all will be honored and rewarded.
Topic: competition, chemistry, celebrating chemistry Audience: high schools, secondary school students

Chemistry demonstrations Mardochée Réveil   |   added on Jan 05, 2011    |    Haiti Chemistry demonstrations will be performed for a ten thousand secondary school students in Port-au-Prince to let them have a better understanding of this science.
Topic: demonstrations, conferences, celebrating chemistry Audience: secondary school students