International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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International Year of Chemistry 2011

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ChemCrown 2010-11 Rajeev Singh   |   added on Jun 18, 2010    |    India Annual Chemical Society Festival, From quizzes, extempore to chemical fashion show to hands-on activities
Topic: hands-on activities, chemistry, competition, celebrating chemistry, science fair, seminars Audience: tertiary education, students, universities, post graduate students, teachers, professors

Australian National Chemistry Quiz Vicki Gardiner   |   added on May 22, 2010    |    Australia The Australian National Chemistry Quiz is truly and international activity, currently held in 15 countries and 7 languages. The quiz The Quiz has four age groups – Years 7-8 (middle high school), Years 9-10 (middle high school), Year 11 and Year 12 (senior high school).
Topic: competition Audience: teachers, students, secondary schools

Chemistry and the environment Hans Dahlkvist   |   added on May 09, 2010    |    Sweden Inorganic and organic substances will be evaluated by professionals and students to compare there relevance and importance in ecosystems and societies.
Topic: competition, workshops Audience: general public