International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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International Year of Chemistry 2011

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Student Chemistry Cartoon Competition Jim McQuillan   |   added on Dec 16, 2010    |    International !! VIEW RESULTS BELOW !!
Topic: chemistry education, celebrating chemistry, educational materials Audience: students, educators, general public, universities, post graduate students, teachers, educational institutions, tertiary education, secondary schools, secondary school students, high schools

3rd Symposium of Chemistry UNPA at Papaloapan University, Tuxtepec, Oaxaca, México Nelda Xanath Martínez Galero   |   added on Dec 15, 2010    |    Mexico 3rd Symposium of Chemistry UNPA, March 10-11, 2011, Tuxtepec, Oaxaca, México. Activities: conferences, forums, posters sessions, workshops, challenges. Objectives:To share chemistry knowledge and promote enthusiasm in young people in educative institutions at basin Papaloapan zone.
Topic: conferences, workshops, chemistry education, hands-on activities, sustainable and green chemistry Audience: professional chemists, professors, educators, industrial chemists, general public, universities, post graduate students, tertiary education, secondary schools, school children, secondary school students

Celebrate the IYC with Taylor and Francis Group/CRC Press Andrea Grant   |   added on Dec 14, 2010    |    United States Taylor and Francis Group/CRC Press will be celebrating the IYC through a number of promotions, giveaways, awards, and the launch of our new Chemistry Arena website.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, conferences, chemistry education, educational materials, competition, publications, website, references Audience: students, professional chemists, professors, educators, general public, universities, post graduate students, teachers, research scientists, decision makers, educational institutions, tertiary education, secondary schools, high schools

Networking Breakfast - Recklinghausen, Germany Sibylle Planitz-Penno   |   added on Dec 13, 2010    |    Germany At Gelsenkirchen University of Applied Sciences, Dep. Recklinghausen women working in, studying or teaching chemistry are welcome for discussion and getting to know one another. We hope for lively discussions with students and scientists in other countries.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, networking Audience: students, professional chemists, professors, industrial chemists, educators, universities, tertiary education

EXERGY-2011 Hardik Bhanushali   |   added on Dec 11, 2010    |    India It is a technical festival with chemistry at its heart. Here we have events based on chemistry where young minds come and compete. We also have lecture series to eradicate ignorance of people for chemistry. With sustainable INNOVATION as a theme, we try to extract participants creativity on chemistry related topics.
Topic: conferences, seminars, educational materials, chemistry, workshops, sustainable and green chemistry, competition, analytical chemistry, website Audience: students, professors, educators, general public, universities, post graduate students, teachers, tertiary education, educational institutions, secondary school students