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Scientist talk event "Nobel prize of chemistry 2011 This is quasi-crystal"
Moeko Tabata | added on Dec 11, 2011 | Japan
We will have a chemist studying about quasi-crystal, Prof.An-Pang Tsai, at the scientist talk event on 23th Dec.
Let's learn about quasi-crystal, and learn what is "order" through the structure of quasi-crystal.
Takakazu Yoshioka | added on Dec 03, 2011 | Japan
Visitors experience of science by junior high and high school students: We make a plan of the science lecture by Dr. Fujishima who is the president of Tokyo University of Science.
Surface Science - Towards Nano, Bio-, and Green Innovation
Tetsuya Hasegawa | added on Dec 01, 2011 | Japan
ISSS-6 is the 6th in a series of International Symposium on Surface Science organized by the Surface Science Society of Japan. This symposium highlights the recent achivements in surface science and relevant fields, focusing on nano, bio-, and green technologies.
Women in Science and Education
Yoshie Soma | added on Nov 19, 2011 | Japan
International symposium entitled "wemen Science and Education" is held at Kobe University on december 19th (Mon) from 13:30-17:30. Symposium is composed 3 lectures, panel discussion and display of Madam Curie.
Akita Environmental Remediation Consortium:One Day Chemical Experiment for Primary Students
Masataka Ogasawara | added on Nov 17, 2011 | Japan
This event is one-day school for the primary student about stone, rock, leaf soil, etc. Some chemical analyses show that such materials have various functions and character.