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Science Fun Day at the Great Lakes Science Center
Peter Schmidt | added on Dec 02, 2011 | United States
The Gamma Chapter of Alpha Chi Sigma will be doing fun and educational, interactive scientific demonstrations geared towards the young and the young at heart.
Cape Cod Science Cafe-Celebrating Quarter 4 of the International Year of Chemistry
Jennifer Maclachlan | added on Nov 30, 2011 | United States
Join us for hands-on science experiments related to althy kids. Let’s get our kids excited about science!
Stop in, participate in a chemistry experiment aimed at grades K-12, have a snack and socialize
at the Cape Cod Science Café with local area chemists, friends and families from your community.
International Year of Chemistry Display
Sarah Hoeksema | added on Nov 11, 2011 | United States
In celebration of the International Year of Chemistry, the library at Trinity Christian College is putting together a display case to engage students in chemistry. The display will include antique equipment and will highlight the college's resources on chemistry.
Global Chemistry Caroling event
Squid Bait | added on Nov 10, 2011 | United States
Let's countdown IYC with a sensational seasonal event to bring friends and family together to share the activities and outcomes of IYC events. Invite media to promote possibly the last event of the International Year of Chemistry.
Heather Jarrett | added on Nov 04, 2011 | United States
With a global population of more than 7 billion, we face an urgent need for a renewable-based energy economy. Dr. Patricia DeMarco, Director of the Rachel Carson Institute in the School of Sustainability and the Environment at Chatham University, will speak.