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Heike Henneken | added on Dec 05, 2011 | Germany
A play of Carl Djerassi and Roald Hoffmann, arranged by Andreas Herzau
National Chemistry Day
Prem Mohan Mishra | added on Dec 04, 2011 | India
The routine celebrations of National Chemistry Day are being specialised this year for ear-marking the International Year of Chemistry. This year our aim is to reach chemistry and its importance to the lay-man.
Celebrate IYC with the University of Central Oklahoma
Cheryl Frech | added on Oct 24, 2011 | United States
Presentation by Lauren Redniss, author of "Radioactive: Marie and Pierre Curie - A Tale of Love and Fallout" at the UCO FSI. Redniss will sign copies of her National Book Award - nominated book and art entries from student science and art contest will be on display.
Chemistry in the service of humankind
Bhagyabati Nayak | added on Oct 15, 2011 | India
exhibition on wonders of chemistry,seminar on solving energy crisis,posters on usefulness of chemistry,career fair ,quiz on chemistry,visit to industrial estste etc.
A Little Light Relief
Tim Reynolds | added on Sep 29, 2011 | Belgium
On the evening of Thursday October 27, RSC President Prof David Phillips of Imperial College London will be in Brussels to give his popular chemistry demonstration lecture: "A Little Light Relief".