International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Academia Europaea's 23rd Annual Conference Rovani Sigamoney   |   added on Sep 07, 2011    |    International Academia Europaea is the European Academy of sciences, humanities and arts. This conference is being held under the auspices of the International Year of Chemistry; it will highlight the links between chemistry, the sciences and society.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, conferences Audience: teachers, general public, educators

Nanoscience and chemistry: a special conference by Sabine Szunerits at the Institut Francais & Romanian UNESCO Commission Serban Peteu   |   added on Sep 06, 2011    |    Romania 27-28 September: Celebrate IYC 2011 in Bucharest, with Prof. Dr. Sabine Szunerits from University of Lille and Interdisciplinary Research Institute. Special conferences for l'Institut Francais & Romanian UNESCO Commission, the National Institute for Chemistry and the National Institute for Materials Physics.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, conferences, analytical chemistry, nanoscience, nanotechnology Audience: students, general public, professional chemists, professors, research scientists, universities, post graduate students, women chemists

Expo QuĂ­mica 2011 Lautaro Kremenchuzky   |   added on Sep 05, 2011    |    Argentina The exposition will show different aspects about chemistry, such as industries, food, health, environmental issues. It consists of students´ productions, conferences, videos, stands from some chemical companies. The main goal is to show young students that chemistry is everywhere.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, conferences, sustainable and green chemistry, science fair Audience: students, professional chemists, educators, teachers, industrial chemists, women chemists, educational institutions, secondary school students, secondary schools, secondary schools students

Chemistry As INnovating Science - CHAINS2011 J. Grimminck   |   added on Sep 05, 2011    |    Netherlands CHAINS2011 (Chemistry As INnovating Science) is the largest chemical conference in the Netherlands ever.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, conferences, networking, seminars, workshops, demonstrations, sustainable and green chemistry, science fair, website, biotechnology Audience: professional chemists, decision makers, research scientists, professors, students, educators, teachers, universities, industrial chemists, post graduate students, women chemists, educational institutions, secondary school students, high schools, school children, tertiary education, secondary schools, secondary schools students

Conference on Marie Curie on stamps Richard Gratton   |   added on Aug 29, 2011    |    Canada A conference on the life of Marie Curie illustrated by postage stamps
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, conferences, networking, educational materials, seminars, publications Audience: students, professional chemists, general public, professors, educators, research scientists, teachers, universities, industrial chemists, post graduate students, women chemists, educational institutions