International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Environmental Geochemistry and Cosmochemistry Keiji Misawa   |   added on Aug 05, 2011    |    Japan This seminar is open to all students and general public to understand current topics that are paying attension: global warming and planetary exploration.
Topic: seminars Audience: students, general public

Advance Materials in Japan - an IYC Commemorative Symposium Masahiro Niwano   |   added on Aug 05, 2011    |    Japan The symposium regarding advance materials discovered in Japan will be held to celebrate the International Year of Chemistry on November 26, 2011.
Topic: seminars Audience: general public, secondary school students, tertiary school students

Goldschmid Conference 2011 Special Session: FukushimaReview Keiji Misawa   |   added on Aug 05, 2011    |    Japan A special session on the geochemical aspects of the Fukushima nuclear power station crisis has been organized.
Topic: conference special session Audience: professional chemists, graduate students

Future of Studies on Solar Energy Conversion Technology Masahide Yasuda   |   added on Aug 04, 2011    |    Japan The present situation and future of studies on solar energy conversion technology such as solar cell and artificial photosynthesis will be introduced by two scientists in University of Miyazaki toward the young peoples.
Topic: sustainable and green chemistry Audience: students and educators

One Day Chemical Experiment by High School Students at Chemistry Department of Josai Univ. -Supported by the Kanto Branch of the Chemical Society of Japan Motomu Muraoka   |   added on Jul 25, 2011    |    Japan Both many interesting and curious experiments for demonstration and relatively simple and interesting experiments by high school students will be presented by our chemistry department staffs in Josai univ.
Topic: chemistry education through experiments Audience: high school students