International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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National Chemistry Week Mary Moore   |   added on Sep 07, 2011    |    United States On October 25 and 26, Eastman and the Northeast Tennessee Section of the American Chemical Society will host the 21st annual award winning “Celebration of Chemistry for 4th Graders.” Over 27,000 children have participated in this event since its inception in 1991.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, networking, educational materials, hands-on activities, workshops, demonstrations, publications Audience: students, general public, professional chemists, professors, educators, teachers, industrial chemists, women chemists, educational institutions, high schools, school children, secondary schools, secondary schools students

Halloween in the Science Lab Thomas Kuntzleman   |   added on Sep 06, 2011    |    United States A chance for folks in Michigan to learn about and celebrate chemistry by doing hands-on activities and experiments and also by watching chemistry demonstrations.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, educational materials, hands-on activities, demonstrations Audience: students, general public, educators, teachers, school children

Chemistry As INnovating Science - CHAINS2011 J. Grimminck   |   added on Sep 05, 2011    |    Netherlands CHAINS2011 (Chemistry As INnovating Science) is the largest chemical conference in the Netherlands ever.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, conferences, networking, seminars, workshops, demonstrations, sustainable and green chemistry, science fair, website, biotechnology Audience: professional chemists, decision makers, research scientists, professors, students, educators, teachers, universities, industrial chemists, post graduate students, women chemists, educational institutions, secondary school students, high schools, school children, tertiary education, secondary schools, secondary schools students

Project iLASER David Brown   |   added on Sep 03, 2011    |    United States Project iLASER (investigations with Light And Sustainable Energy Resources) is an outreach project to engage children and the general public living in communities along the US-Mexico international border from the Pacific Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, educational materials, sustainable and green chemistry Audience: students, general public, educators, educational institutions, school children

2011 Kilpatrick Lecture: A Chemistry Renaissance featuring George Whitesides Aditya Unni   |   added on Aug 31, 2011    |    United States George Whitesides (Harvard University) a world renowned scientist and advocate for chemistry as a solution to global health and energy needs will give a technical lecture "Reinventing Chemistry" and lead a panel discussion "Solving Problems or Satisfying Curiousity." A student poster session will be held.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, networking, seminars, analytical chemistry Audience: students, general public, professional chemists, professors, educators, research scientists, teachers, universities, industrial chemists, post graduate students, women chemists, educational institutions, secondary school students, decision makers, high schools, tertiary education, school children