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One-day science school for high school students
Tatsuya Kawamoto | added on Jul 19, 2011 | Japan
Chemistry experiments for teens in high school is a fun way to lean chemistry. This one day event is designed to develop teens’ interest in chemistry.
Cat-Chem laboratory- Get experience of catalyst supporting affluent human society
Wataru Ueda | added on Jul 19, 2011 | Japan
Get experiences of what catalysts and catalysis are and of how important catalysis is for human society through the events of poster presentation, PC games, put together models, catalysts demonstration and actual experiments
Open Campus of Department of Environmental Chemistry and Materials, Faculty of Environmental Science and Technology, Okayama University
Yukitaka Kimura | added on Jul 19, 2011 | Japan
Department of Environmental Chemistry and Materials of Okayama University will open our campus on August 5 and 6, 2011 mainly for the high school students to get familiar with our policy and activity, and to enhance interest in chemistry among the younger generation.
ATOM - the Chemistry Club of O.P.J.S.
Yash Agrawal | added on Jul 14, 2011 | India
WE ARE WORKING FOR IYC 2011.
Who's Around the Corner - Performing Technology Scouting and Market Feasibility Analysis
Tanya Fogg | added on Jul 12, 2011 | United States
Many businesses fail because they are late to recognize key changes in the technology and market landscape. How can you make sure your business, products, and services remain relevant to your Many businesses fail because they are late to recognize key changes in the technology and market landscape.