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Small is Beautiful: Everyday Applications and Advances in Nanochemistry
Tanya Fogg | added on Jul 12, 2011 | United States
Advances in nanochemistry will continue to create applications that may someday impact global economics and stir debate about environmental and health concerns. Join Dr. Paul Weiss, editor of ACS Nano and Director of California NanoSystems Institute, as he takes us on a journey to discover the role of these tiny materials in
UNESCO Contest of Writings Works and Drawings of the World Science Day for Peace and Development
Fernanda Velloso | added on Mar 16, 2011 | Brazil
Target to high school students, the competition has two categories: Drawings and Writings Works. This initiative is promoted by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in collaboration with institutions in the areas of education and science.
EChemTest Contests for Secondary School Students
Evangelia Varella | added on Feb 02, 2011 | Greece
The EChemTest contests addressing secondary school students, who will take the EChemTest, an internet-based test which covers the Euro-Curriculum Chemistry Programme.
The Wind Blows: participatory demonstration of modernized Leçons de Marie Curie
Mizue y. Kissho | added on Jan 15, 2011 | Japan
The loss of women’s talent cannot be resolved without properly resourced primary education services. “Science Studio Marie” (SSM) aims to make children and young women more friendly with STEM since 2002. SSM show programs are consisted of KAMISHIBAI (the Japanese Story Telling with a series of Pictures of Marie Curie) performa