Plan and share activities for IYC 2011
Want to submit your own activity or comment?
In order to do so you need to be part of the IYC network. Please log in or sign up now.
Join the IYC Network
In this section, your ideas for IYC2011 can start to become reality. Here, you can submit activities for consideration and, after a short review, they will be listed below and any related events will populate the IYC calendar. Activities listed here have a clearly defined theme and describe how, when, and where they will take place.
If you are not quite ready to submit a plan, keep working at it and come back soon. And remember, you can always browse and search this forum to find out what others are planning and even add your own comments to the discussion.
Aichi Science Festival 2011
Yutaka Takeda | added on Aug 14, 2011 | Japan
Science Festival will be held for 5 weeks in Aichi prefecture, Japan. Science events that will be held by Universities, Science Museums, Zoos, Botanical Gardens, NPO, etc., will be gathered to the festival under logo mark and logotype.
Le Case della Scienza: Chimica & Materiali
Silvia Grandi | added on Aug 08, 2011 | Italy
A week-end dedicated to discovery, science and technology culture in Imola.
Nanobiotechnology commemorative lecture
Samuel JK Abraham | added on Jul 30, 2011 | India
A lecture by Dr Kazutoshi Haraguchi on Nanotechnology and Tissue Engineering, emphasizing what research in chemistry has yielded to Life Cciences and Regenerative Medicine
Interesting and Enjoyable Chemical Experiments Festival for Students
Yuki Nakamura | added on Jul 20, 2011 | Japan
Chemistry seems to be difficult for secondary school students in Japan to understand. So, we would like to make these students understand fun of chemistry through this festival. We hope that many students will be interested in the chemical field.
One-day science school for high school students
Tatsuya Kawamoto | added on Jul 19, 2011 | Japan
Chemistry experiments for teens in high school is a fun way to lean chemistry. This one day event is designed to develop teens’ interest in chemistry.