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ChemED-Ireland Annual Conference University College Cork Ireland Siobhan Murphy | added on Nov 19, 2010 | Ireland ChemED-Ireland Annual Conference Sat. 22 October 2011 10am to 4.30pm will be held in University College Cork, Ireland
Saturday Night Science Stephen Ashworth | added on Nov 19, 2010 | United Kingdom Demonstration lecture for sixth form students which highlights chemistry involved in a Saturday evening out.
|Topic:||demonstrations, lectures||Audience:||secondary school students, high school students, secondary schools, high schools|
16th SCI-RSC Medicinal Chemistry Symposium Jacqui Colgate | added on Nov 19, 2010 | United Kingdom 16th SCI-RSC Medicinal Chemistry Symposium
Chemikum Marburg Bastian Weinert | added on Nov 18, 2010 | Germany The concept of the Chemikum Marburg has been to offer an approach to chemistry and sciences by fascinating experimental lectures and tangible experiments done by oneself. Hence, all visitors are invited to make their own attempts regardless of age or education.
|Topic:||chemistry education, workshops, hands-on activities, demonstrations, seminars||Audience:||general public|
Family Evening Lecture: Mercury Window on the Invisible Jacqui Colgate | added on Nov 18, 2010 | United Kingdom Mercury is the most beautiful element in the periodic table. And the most reviled. The only liquid metal, its inertness and density have made it crucial to a huge number of experiments through history. Dr Andrea Sella, will take us on a tour of Mercury-related science and will end with the question can we bring it to life?