Plan and share activities for IYC 2011
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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.
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Bangor University Celebrates Chemistry Stevie Scanlan | added on Jan 14, 2011 | United Kingdom A year long celebration of chemistry with events for all ages
NESACS Celebrates IYC Morton Hoffman | added on Jan 11, 2011 | United States During 2011, the Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society (NESACS) will sponsor meetings, lectures, seminars, science cafés, and outreach activities to young people and the general public in order to celebrate IYC within Eastern Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
A Chemistry Project and Workshop for Young Students Tarek Ibrahim | added on Jan 11, 2011 | Egypt A chemistry project and workshop for young students to encourage them to begin their own research and projects in chemistry.
Science Festival Luxembourg Joseph Rodesch | added on Jan 09, 2011 | Luxembourg The Science festival 2011 presents a healthy balance between activities around all fields of science and technologie. However chemistry activities and activities related to coulours will be particularly encouraged.
|Topic:||science fair||Audience:||general public, educators, decision makers, professional chemists|
“Welcome to Chemistry” Onsite Lecture Presentation at high school Naoto Chatani | added on Jan 09, 2011 | Japan Encourage interest of high school students in chemistry (ex. Challenge of total synthesis of natural product, functionalized material in daily life, ect.)
|Topic:||chemistry education, hands-on activities, science fair, etc.||Audience:||high school students, teachers|