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Chemistry Festival in Umunze
Chidimma Ike | added on Mar 24, 2011 | Nigeria
Science quiz, debates, talks, shows, chemistry displays etc
Chemistry - The key to Nigeria’s prosperity
Yilkur nandul Lohdip | added on Mar 19, 2011 | Nigeria
Round-table discussion on the following topics: Petroleum industry and local content, Fertilizer industry and agriculture, Solid mineral processing, Natural products utilization
Chemistry and the Millenium Development Goals - Conference of Chemical Society of Nigeria
Folahan Adekola | added on Feb 27, 2011 | Nigeria
The 34th Annual International Conference of chemical society of Nigeria comes up at University of Ilorin, in the ancient city of Ilorin, Nigeria between 19th -23rd September 2011. The theme of the conference is Chemistry and the Millennium development goals. Details are available on www.chemsocnigeria.org
Networking Breakfast - meeting between West Africa and Cambridge, UK
Comfort Uchendu | added on Jan 15, 2011 | Nigeria
Mrs. Comfort Uchendu, Rivers State College of Arts and Science sharing a chemical moment in time with other female scientists in West Africa and Cambridge, United Kingdom.
Celebrating Women Contribution to Chemistry
Binta Moustapha | added on Jan 05, 2011 | Nigeria
B’da Best Concepts has designed a 100 days activity and host a Chemistry Fair. Participation will be drawn from eighteen schools from the eighteen local government areas of Cross River State-Nigeria. The main activities will be held in Calabar, the Cross River State-Nigeria.