Plan and share activities for IYC 2011
Want to submit your own activity or comment?
In order to do so you need to be part of the IYC network. Please log in or sign up now.
Join the IYC Network
In this section, your ideas for IYC2011 can start to become reality. Here, you can submit activities for consideration and, after a short review, they will be listed below and any related events will populate the IYC calendar. Activities listed here have a clearly defined theme and describe how, when, and where they will take place.
If you are not quite ready to submit a plan, keep working at it and come back soon. And remember, you can always browse and search this forum to find out what others are planning and even add your own comments to the discussion.
Currently viewing all activities tagged with general public in audiences - See all activities
Another eye on IYC2011
Simon Page | added on Nov 11, 2011
Graphic designer and illustrator Simon C. Page produced a series of beautiful posters inspired by chemists and their contributions to humankind
International Year of Chemistry Display
Sarah Hoeksema | added on Nov 11, 2011 | United States
In celebration of the International Year of Chemistry, the library at Trinity Christian College is putting together a display case to engage students in chemistry. The display will include antique equipment and will highlight the college's resources on chemistry.
Global Chemistry Caroling event
Squid Bait | added on Nov 10, 2011 | United States
Let's countdown IYC with a sensational seasonal event to bring friends and family together to share the activities and outcomes of IYC events. Invite media to promote possibly the last event of the International Year of Chemistry.
The Japan Academy Lecture in Commemoration of the visit of Professor E. J. Corey
Hiroki Kadowaki | added on Nov 08, 2011 | Japan
The Japan Academy Lecture in Commemoration of the visit of Professor E. J. Corey, Honary Member of the Japan Academy and RIKEN Honorary Fellow Lecture
The Japan Petroleum Institute-Junior Society (JPI-JS) Forum Session
Koji Nishi | added on Nov 07, 2011 | Japan
The JPI-JS Forum Session will have two invited lectures in order to providew a venue for exploring, reflecting and sharing ideas with regard to the applications of petroleum chemistry among experts and young research scientists in this field.