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Chemical Light and Forensic Chemistry
Carmen García-ruiz | added on Nov 02, 2011 | Spain
This activity will show how to obtain light by means of chemical reactions based on luminiscent phenomena and pyrotechnics reactions
Can you find Chemistry in your Life?
Fernando Jimenez | added on Oct 26, 2011 | Spain
Photo Contest online for Secondary and Hig school students in Spain
Closing Ceremony IYC in Spain
Concepció Roca | added on Oct 14, 2011 | Spain
Chemistry Day will host the Official Closing Ceremony of the International Year of Chemistry 2011 in Spain. It will take place in Barcelona at Expoquimia exhibition. Closing are: Nicole J. Moreau, President IUPAC; Carlos Negro, President Foro Química y Sociedad; and Felipe Pétriz, Spanish State Secretary for Research.
"Todo es Química" ("Everything is Chemistry")
Julia Pecci | added on Oct 14, 2011 | Spain
20 minutes Radio programe dedicated to the difusion of the Chemistry between the general public.
Problems Solving in Forensic Chemistry
Mercedes Torre | added on Oct 13, 2011 | Spain
Specialist in forensic chemistry (members of the spanish Scientific Police and Civil Guard, and Teachers and research scientists of Forensic Chemistry of Alcala University, Madrid, Spain) explain how to deal with real forensic chemistry cases such as explosives, abuse drugs, environmental forensic pollutants, etc.