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Chemistry the Elixer of Life Ma. Cecilia Almeda | added on Jan 14, 2011 | Philippines A campaign on the essence of understanding chemistry as an important step in living a better life. Encouraging young students from the elementary, secondary and tertiary levels to study chemistry by inviting them to attend exhibits and presentations and lectures. It is a campaign on career opportunities.
IYC2011 at the University of St. Thomas, Houston TX Elmer Ledesma | added on Jan 13, 2011 | United States A lecture to introduce IYC 2011 to the University of St. Thomas community and the general public.
|Topic:||celebrating chemistry, sustainable and green chemistry, seminars||Audience:||professors, students, secondary schools students, graduate students, teachers, general public|
Chemistry Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow Vinay Rr | added on Jan 13, 2011 | India A lecture in Marathi language by Dr. Prof. Nilima Rajurkar from Department of Environmental science of University Of Pune. Dr. Nilima is a teacher to post graduate students and a guide to a number of research students in Chemistry.
|Topic:||sustainable and green chemistry||Audience:||students, educators, general public, post graduate students, women chemists|
Virtual Issues of Platinum Metals Review Sara Coles | added on Jan 13, 2011 | United Kingdom Themed issues of published articles from the archive of Platinum Metals Review celebrating the contributions of chemistry towards making the world a better place will be made available throughout IYC 2011.
|Topic:||celebrating chemistry, sustainable and green chemistry, publications||Audience:||professional chemists, industrial chemists, universities, research scientists|
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.