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Marie Curie Poster Exhibition
Kazuyuki Tatsumi | added on Jun 28, 2011 | Japan
Marie Curie is the symbol of International Year of Chemistry 2011. The Research Center for Materials Science, Nagoya University, hold poster exhibition of Marie Curie in Japanese originally made by the French at The Curie Museum and Curie Institute in Paris.
Gary Breen | added on Jun 27, 2011 | Singapore
Chemistry , People and Opportunities in Sinagpore 2011
Celebrating Chemical Diversity in Singapore
"The Alchemy of Change"
Cynthia Pannucci | added on Jun 24, 2011 | United States
Invitation to participate: OPEN CALL for entries to the international competition-exhibition, "The Alchemy of Change," that will open at the New York Hall of Science on September 3, 2011. Entry DEADLINE: July 17, 2011; INTRO: http://www.asci.org/artikel1155.html; GUIDELINES: http://www.asci.org/artikel1160.html
Cosmetic Industry Day
Zoe Beck | added on Jun 23, 2011 | United Kingdom
Annual Cosmetic Industry Day, showcasing the work of students from the BSc (Hons) Cosmetic Science course here at London College of Fashion.
Secrets of Formulation III
Jacqui Colgate | added on Jun 21, 2011 | United Kingdom
Designing colloidal formulations is an exceptionally complex process that requires a combination of scientific knowledge, experimental skill, experience, imagination and enthusiasm. Combining these with the correct inspiration can produce innovative colloidal systems and solutions to problems.