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Focus on Tap Water
Cynthia Van ginkel | added on Jan 20, 2011 | Canada
Find out fast facts about water purification and treatment in Metro Vancouver as well as bottled water vs. tap water. Take part in a Global Experiment "pH of the planet" using portable pH testing equipment. Get your home tap water tested for lead.
Chemistry's Contribution to Our Global Future
Javier Garcia-Martinez | added on Jan 19, 2011 | Spain
In the International Year of Chemistry, prominent scientists highlight the major advances in the fight against the largest problems faced by humanity from the point of view of chemistry, showing how their science is essential to ensuring our long-term survival.
26th Philippine Chemistry Congress
Shalom Rodriguez | added on Jan 17, 2011 | Philippines
The 26PCC will celebrate the 2011 IYC with special sessions which aim to highlight the important role that Chemistry plays in our industry, environment and society.
Tim Reynolds | added on Jan 16, 2011 | Belgium
On the evening of Thursday January 27 RSC Belgium hosts a public debate on climate change in a café style setting in Brussels. Two expert speakers will set the scene and then the audience will be invited to participate to answer two questions: "Is Global warming really happening?" and "And is it due to human activities?".
Bangor University Celebrates Chemistry
Stevie Scanlan | added on Jan 14, 2011 | United Kingdom
A year long celebration of chemistry with events for all ages