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Giada Rossi | added on May 08, 2011 | Italy
Full-scale snakes and ladders game to investigate chemistry of plants and foods through the use of the 5 senses.
Science in the Park
John Caccese | added on May 04, 2011 | United States
Several local Scientists will demonstrate interactive and fascinating science experiments geared to amaze Elementary and Middle school age children. There will be Chemists, Biologists, Engineers, and Geologists present, ready to inspire and share their love of science.
Chemical Week in Paraguay
Lourdes Gisella Duarte Pereira | added on May 02, 2011 | Paraguay
This events it's going to take place during the week of May -from the 3rd to 9th-. This event organize the: Master Coordination, Department of Chemistry of FaCEN (Exact and Natural Sciences) – AEQPP (Student Asociation of Pure Chemistry of Paraguay) and CQP (College of Chemist of Paraguay)
University of Michgan-Flint Chemistry Club's Demo Academy
Monique Wilhelm | added on Apr 28, 2011 | United States
The University of Michigan-Flint Chemistry Club will be hosting its first Demo Academy. This workshop is for fifth grade teachers in the GISD and limited to 15 registered participants. It will be held on May 19, 2011, 12:30-3:30.
Fun and Interactive Science Demonstrations
Mike Broczkowski | added on Apr 26, 2011 | Canada
Science demonstrations will be conducted for grade 5-7 students in a light-hearted way to present concepts such as chemical reactions, with hands on experiments to make 'slime'. The intent of these presentations is to encourage the interest of young people in science and chemistry in a fun and interactive manner.