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An Industrial visit
Bhagyabati Nayak | added on Dec 09, 2011 | India
students visited the Industry "OMFED", Bhubaneswar, to observe many machines,workers and locomotives to produce packed milk, curd , ice-creams and many other items.
Materials: Atom to Molecule
Sanjay Thakare | added on Dec 09, 2011 | India
This December 16th, 2011 gathering will be discussed the current trends in the chemistry research and main emphasis is on the facts abouts the role of mateials chemistry in the development of country in a large and mankind in specific. The main focus on catalysis, energy and environment.
New Methodologies in Chemistry Education
Damodar Prabhu | added on Nov 28, 2011 | India
Royal College of Arts , Science and Commerce,Mira Road, Thane Distict ,India has organised a National level Seminar on "New Methodologies in Chemistry Education' on December 20, 2011 to address the new challenges in Chemistry Education.
Symposium on Drug Discovery
N.M. Sanjaya Hettigedara | added on Nov 25, 2011 | Sri Lanka
The First International Symposium on Drug Discovery, January 8th, 2012, Colombo, Sri Lanka. The seminar series addresses the Research and Development process of new therapeutics in the pharmaceutical industry and challenges it faces today.
Chai and Why? Molecules that modulate your mood
Arnab Bhattacharya | added on Nov 22, 2011 | India
Chai and Why? is TIFR's twice-a-month science cafe. Prof. Vidita Vaidya looks at the variety of molecules that serve as messengers between neurons in the brain. Some of them including serotonin, norepinephrine, anandamide and dopamine are molecules that shape complex emotions like happiness, motivation, fear and love.