International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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The Chemistry of Textiles Jacqui Colgate   |   added on Jul 04, 2011    |    United Kingdom This event will highlight recent developments and technical innovations in the use of chemicals in the textile industry.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, networking, educational materials Audience: students, professional chemists, general public, professors, educational institutions, educators, research scientists, teachers, secondary school students, industrial chemists, post graduate students, women chemists, decision makers, tertiary education, high schools, school children, secondary schools, secondary schools students

Norwich Lord Mayor's Street Procession Joanne Woods   |   added on Jun 29, 2011    |    United Kingdom Bayer Cropscience has entered a parade float into the Norwich Lord Mayor's street procession being held on Sat 9th July 2011. The theme is scientists with a mobile chemistry set.
Topic: celebrating chemistry Audience: students, general public, professors, educators, universities, teachers, women chemists, secondary school students, tertiary education, high schools, school children, secondary schools, secondary schools students

Complex Molecules in Space and can we make beer out of them? Shane Hengst   |   added on Jun 29, 2011    |    Australia Andrew Walsh brings together his research in astrochemistry and his love of beer to try and answer the question: Can we make beer in space?
Topic: celebrating chemistry Audience: students, general public, secondary schools, graduate students, secondary schools students

Secrets of Formulation III Jacqui Colgate   |   added on Jun 21, 2011    |    United Kingdom Designing colloidal formulations is an exceptionally complex process that requires a combination of scientific knowledge, experimental skill, experience, imagination and enthusiasm. Combining these with the correct inspiration can produce innovative colloidal systems and solutions to problems.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, conferences, networking, educational materials, seminars, competition, publications, demonstrations, sustainable and green chemistry, workshops, hands-on activities, science fair, analytical chemistry, biotechnology, art, industrial trade fair Audience: students, professional chemists, general public, professors, educators, research scientists, educational institutions, decision makers, women chemists, post graduate students, industrial chemists, teachers, universities, secondary school students, tertiary education, high schools, school children, secondary schools, secondary schools students

Series of Conferences on Chemistry Our Life Our Future Revista Pesquisa Fapesp & Brazilian Chemical Society (SBQ) Vanderlan Bolzani   |   added on Jun 13, 2011    |    Brazil The Series of Conferences - Chemistry Our Life Our Future, was conceived for discussing how the chemistry can contribute to intelligent and sustainable solutions to key global challenges, namely energy, climate changes, and energy. The major objective is to awaken the interest of the young people for scientific investigation.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, conferences, seminars Audience: students, general public, research scientists, universities, teachers, post graduate students, secondary schools students