International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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SOCMA's 90th Annual Dinner and Membership Meeting Liesa Brown   |   added on Oct 31, 2011    |    United States Held in December in New York City for nearly 90 years, the evening provides networking, excellent food, SOCMA’s donation to the ACS Scholars Program and an awards ceremony honoring winners of SOCMA’s Performance Improvement Awards.
Topic: chemistry education, chemical safety, conferences, chemical heritage, trade association, celebrating chemistry, networking Audience: decision makers, industrial vendors, chemical executives, press, graduate students, sales professionals, suppliers, hse professionals

Concept Test in Chemistry Damodar Prabhu   |   added on Oct 30, 2011    |    India A national level ACT-IYC 2011 Concept Test in Chemistry will be organised on December 17, 2011 by Association of Chemistry Teachers, the registered body of Chemistry educators in India. The test is planned to assess the conceptual understanding of Chemistry among undergraduate students.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, competition, chemistry education Audience: tertiary education, students, universities, educational institutions, graduate students

Recent Trends in Chemistry Damodar Prabhu   |   added on Oct 30, 2011    |    India The National Conference on 'Recent Trends in Chemistry' is being organised by Department of Chemistry, Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, Sikkim, India on January 23-25, 2012 to update the scientific and academic communities with the current advancement in different areas of Chemistry.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, conferences, networking, educational materials, sustainable and green chemistry, competition, analytical chemistry Audience: professors, educators, teachers, research scientists, professional chemists, universities, industrial chemists, post graduate students, women chemists, educational institutions, decision makers, tertiary education

Contributions of Madam Curie Damodar Prabhu   |   added on Oct 30, 2011    |    India A Workshop on "Contributions of Madam Curie " will be organised at Jagdam College and Jaglal College, Chapra, Bihar, India on November 5, 2011 to commemorate the centenery of the award of Nobel Prize in Chemistry to Madam Marie Curie.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, workshops, competition, chemistry education, networking Audience: students, professors, educators, teachers, universities, post graduate students, women chemists, secondary school students, high schools, school children, tertiary education, secondary schools, secondary schools students

Tomorrow Starts with Chemistry Expo Katleen Raes   |   added on Oct 27, 2011    |    Belgium The European Chemical Industry Council (Cefic), will welcome industry partners, decision-makers, the media, academics and students from around Europe to an exciting three-day event and interactive exhibition in Brussels
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, networking, workshops, demonstrations Audience: general public, decision makers, industry partners, media, ngos, students, academics, teachers