International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Human Touch Of Chemistry Sujit Patil   |   added on Nov 23, 2010    |    India We love Chemistry! So we created www.humantouchofchemistry.com. Aimed at kids and chemistry enthusiasts, it will refresh the audiences with the long forgotten wonders of Chemistry. The platform celebrates chemistry and how it touches us in every day life.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, networking, educational materials, hands-on activities, workshops, sustainable and green chemistry, competition, demonstrations, analytical chemistry, science fair, publications, website, biotechnology, references Audience: students, professional chemists, educators, industrial chemists, general public, professors, universities, post graduate students, teachers, decision makers, research scientists, women chemists, tertiary education, educational institutions, secondary school students, high schools, school children

EUROanalysis 16 Slavica Razic   |   added on Nov 22, 2010    |    Serbia With its motto “Challenges in Modern Analytical Chemistry” this European Conference on Analytical Chemistry is open for contributions from all subfields, whether theory, methods or applications and will highlight new prospects and developments of current importance.
Topic: analytical chemistry Audience: students, professional chemists, educators, industrial chemists, professors, universities, post graduate students, teachers, decision makers, research scientists, women chemists

The 91st Annual Meeting of The Chemical Society of Japan Yusuke Kawase   |   added on Nov 20, 2010    |    Japan The Annual Meetings will attract more than 8,500 participants, and are among the largest scientific meetings in Japan.
Topic: conferences Audience: professional chemists, students, educators, industrial chemists, general public, post graduate students, decision makers, universities, professors, tertiary education, teachers, school children, graduate students, women chemists, educational institutions, high schools, research scientists

The 150th Anniversary Commemorative Ceremony of the Department of Chemistry, School of Science, the University of Tokyo Takeaki Ozawa   |   added on Nov 20, 2010    |    Japan Founded in 1861, our department will become the first Chemical Department in Japan to celebrate its 150th anniversary in 2011.
Topic: celebrating chemistry Audience: professional chemists, industrial chemists, professors, universities, teachers, research scientists, tertiary education

ReferEEIng QLD chemistry Daniel Bischa   |   added on Nov 20, 2010    |    Australia A project to showcase Queensland (QLD) senior chemistry students' Extended Experimental Investigations (EEI's) in a refereed online journal. Teachers of chemistry in QLD will be able to use the journal as an exemplar to show their class exceptional EEI reports. High school students will develop links with practicing chemists.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, networking, educational materials, competition, publications Audience: educational institutions, teachers, professional chemists, educators, research scientists, secondary school students