International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Analytical Knot between Chemistry and Society Shyamal Kar   |   added on Dec 13, 2010    |    India A visionary act towards the changing trends in chemistry with the society by our Forum which also invites more students as well as academia to put their ideas and works in the half yearly journals issued by the forum named "The Chemical Axis" which was first issued in September 2003.
Topic: hands-on activities, competition, seminars, traditional use of natural chemicals in remote areas, miraculous chemical magic show for school children s, chemical quiz programmes Audience: women chemists, students, industrial chemists, educational institutions, prfessional chemists, professors, press, state ministers

Nordic conference for Chemistry teachers Vivi-Ann LĂ„ngvik   |   added on Dec 09, 2010    |    Sweden Chemistry teachers from all the Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden) will meet to seek information and inspiration in order to improve our pupils interest and learning in chemistry.
Topic: state of the art, chemistry education, seminars, hands-on activities, workshops, northern countries Audience: secondary school teachers, educators

Science Saturday - Celebrating IYC2011 Linda De la garza   |   added on Dec 08, 2010    |    United States Hands-on science experiments for children are among the many activities planned for area residents during this year's celebration of the International Year of Chemistry (2011). The event is an outreach program hosted by the Southwest Georgia section of the American Chemical Society and Valdosta State University College of Arts
Topic: celebrating chemistry, educational materials, hands-on activities, demonstrations Audience: students, educators, general public, teachers, educational institutions, secondary schools, secondary school students, high schools, school children

Open Door Day Lourdes Gisella Duarte Pereira   |   added on Dec 05, 2010    |    Paraguay It's going to take place the 14 of october 2011. This event we hope the colaboration from all the school. The objective it's to exchange ideas and see how the chemistry grow up in our country - Paraguay-. This event organize the AEQPP (Studend Association of Pure Chemistry of Paraguay)
Topic: conferences, celebrating chemistry, networking, chemistry education, seminars, educational materials, hands-on activities, workshops, sustainable and green chemistry, publications, analytical chemistry, demonstrations, competition, art, website, biotechnology Audience: students, educators, professors, universities

FUN WITH CHEMISTRY and students against superstitions Amit kumar Panigrahi   |   added on Nov 29, 2010    |    India India is a country where the rural as well as urban people believe in superstition. With many chemical experiments, which are just like mazic for the lay men and fun for them , one can establish the logic behind some activities which the god men show the common people and exploit them.The local people can also be involved.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, hands-on activities Audience: students, women chemists, secondary school students