International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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International Year of Chemistry 2011

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Anachemia Science Celebrate the International Year of Chemistry Carol Haley   |   added on Feb 07, 2011    |    Canada Anachemia Canada would like to demonstrate our support for the International Year of the Chemistry by using the IYC 2011 logo during our "Celebrate Chemistry program this year. At Anachemia, we have supported our local schools for almost 10 years, by being the proud supplier of the chemicals for the annual National Crystal Gro
Topic: celebrating chemistry, competition, analytical chemistry, publications, website Audience: students, professional chemists, professors, general public, educators, industrial chemists, research scientists, universities, post graduate students, teachers, educational institutions, secondary school students, secondary schools, school children, high schools, secondary schools students

Chemistry Principles in Action Gwynneth Graciela Carla   |   added on Feb 05, 2011    |    United States This activity aims to promote interesting chemistry principles in two ways: 1) demonstrations to Pre-K to 8th graders by my high school chemistry students; and 2) teacher-created webquests as classroom tools for instruction.
Topic: demonstrations, chemistry experiments, simple experiments, chemistry activities, hands-on chemistry activities Audience: school children, high school students, chemistry teachers, science teachers, chemists, high school, elementary, middle school

Year Long Activities Promoting Chemistry Christine Dimirjian   |   added on Feb 05, 2011    |    United States Our chapter (Beta Gamma, UCLA) of the National Co-Ed Chemistry Fraternity, Alpha Chi Sigma, has been involved with numerous activities promoting chemistry in the past years, and will continue this year as well. Our events for this year include community outreach, research lecture series and Undergraduate Research Poster Day.
Topic: hands-on activities, demonstrations Audience: students, professional chemists, professors, general public, universities, school children, tertiary education

Participation in Science in Action Exhibition to Celebrate IYC 2011 Suryanarayana Rao   |   added on Feb 05, 2011    |    India Sishu Griha students participated in Science in Action- An exhibition organised by Bangalore Association for Science Education at Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium, Bangalore.Demonstrations-Identification of Blood Stains, Chemi luminescence, Lechatelier Principle and Dry Cleaning Process .Science club members visited the exhibition
Topic: hands-on activities, demonstrations, celebrating chemistry Audience: students, industrial chemists, graduate students, teachers, educational institutions, school children

Student Outreach Event Joyce Kilgore   |   added on Feb 04, 2011    |    United States As a part of the joint 15th Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference/5th International Conference on Green and Sustainable Chemstry, an outreach event will be conducted for metro Washington, DC 4th -7th grade students. They will learn about basic green chemistry and engineering concepts by conducting live experiments.
Topic: chemistry education, hands-on activities Audience: school children, secondary schools students