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Popularization of petrochemistry in Russia
Yuliya Datsyuk | added on Apr 14, 2011 | Russian Federation
CJSC "SIBUR Holding" is planning widespread promo-actions and PR-campaigns, aimed at attractivation of petrochemistry.The second big project devoted to IYC 2011 is the International competition of innovative ideas in the sphere of production and application of petrochemical products.
NATA Young Scientists of the Year Award 2011
Philip Keeffe | added on Apr 07, 2011 | Australia
An annual natiional science competition for Primary School students to encourage young scientists and promote learning of science among schoolchildren.
Home-made Experiments Contest
Lautaro Kremenchuzky | added on Apr 03, 2011 | Argentina
The contest consists of making a home-made experiment, which must be recorded and uploaded. Previously, they must set a hypothesis and afterwards, there must be a conclusion.
Worlds Largest Chemistry Lesson
Jason Dornbush | added on Mar 31, 2011 | United States
Join the Grout Museum District as we attempt the Guinness World RecordsTM Largest Chemistry Lesson. This is one for the record books.
Crystal Growing Competition
Ruth Meaney | added on Mar 28, 2011 | Australia
The RACI Qld Crystal Growing Competition is an opportunity for students to take part in a scientific competition. The process is simple, and designed to encourage students to develop an interest in Chemistry from a young age.