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SCI's ways to support IYC
Monica Ugalde | added on Sep 02, 2010 | United Kingdom
SCI’s five peer-reviewed journals provide commentary articles and research studies undertaken by top scientists in emerging areas. We want to include the IYC logo on the front cover of the journals adding a strap line that says “SCI supports the IYC".
A World without Polymers
Giancarlo Galli | added on Aug 29, 2010 | International
We will hold a video and essay contest celebrating IYC. The topic will be to imagine a "World without Polymers" and to write about the detrimental effect on society if polymers were absent. We expect to award prizes including a trip to the World Chemical Congress for award winners.
Chemistry: History, Philosophy and Education
Alexander Martínez | added on Aug 28, 2010 | Colombia
International seminar about the historical and epistemological problems of chemistry and the relationships with chemical education, diffusion and communication.
October 24 & 25, Bogotá D.C. (Colombia)
Elemental Matters: Artists Imagine Chemistry
Shelley Geehr | added on Aug 26, 2010 | United States
Elemental Matters: Artists Imagine Chemistry, an exhibition in the Hach Gallery at the Chemical Heritage Foundation in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, features seven contemporary artists whose artwork responds to the elements, the seminal building blocks of all matter.
The Science Behind It Presents...
Nathan Ackroyd | added on Aug 23, 2010 | Canada
An afternoon of short talks at the University for visiting High School Chemistry Classes, showing the role of Chemistry in our lives.