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Portraits & Bio EXPO : "Celebrating Women in Chemistry: pioneers and future promises"
Addy María Gomez | added on Aug 28, 2011 | Mexico
Small Portraits and Bio Expo to celebrate women in chemistry, rescuing the contributions of pioneers in the field and attracting students and general public attention toward the female chemists that are considered internationally as promises of the future for their work and profiles.
Exibition on Marie Curie
Asuka Takahashi | added on Aug 18, 2011 | Japan
Exibition on Marie Curie for International year of CHEMISTRY 2011 will be held at Isahaya Public Library
IYC 2011 Day at The Breen Technology Center in Cleveland Ohio
Tiffany Squires | added on Aug 11, 2011 | United States
On-site event for children of employees. "Household Chemistry" and other activities taking place to encourage interest of young people in chemistry. Set up like a "Bring Your Child to Work" day, but infused with exciting chemistry lessons & a chance to see where mom & dad work!
“Chemistry, Sciences, Culture and Society in the making of Europe”
David Coates | added on Jul 26, 2011 | France
An international conference exploring the impacts and relevance of chemistry on both the past and modern European society.
“Your Magic – It’s Chemistry” Exhibition
Teruto Ohta | added on Jul 19, 2011 | Japan
An exhibition are planned to let visitors experience fun, surprise and wonder through exhibition pieces related with chemistry and materials. Through this, science museums in the world will be inspired to introduce more exhibition of chemistry.