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Awareness regarding use of alternative and better fuels
Shrivallabh Kamat | added on Sep 08, 2011 | India
Presentations to bring about awareness regarding use of ethanol and dimethyl ether as alternative and better fuels in place of gasoline and diesel respectively which will help to reduce pollution, greenhouse gases and ever increasing petrol prices.
Le Case della Scienza: Chimica & Materiali
Silvia Grandi | added on Aug 08, 2011 | Italy
A week-end dedicated to discovery, science and technology culture in Imola.
The 5th Symposium on Biorelevant Chemistry CSJ
Tatsuya Nabeshima | added on Aug 05, 2011 | Japan
This domestic symposium is aimed to develop and activate the field of biorelevant chemistry including biofunctional chemistry, biotechnology, etc. Invited lectures, oral presentations and poster presentations will be given by professors, researchers and students.
Towards European synergy for research in chemistry - a Euro-Chemistry summit
Nico Kos | added on Jul 26, 2011 | Netherlands
Euro-chemistry is organizing a summit where we bring together stakeholders including chemistry performers, chemistry funders, chemical industry, policy makers (national & European level), international organizations, and non-European stakeholders such as the US National Science Foundation in order to discuss improved funding.
Interesting and Enjoyable Chemical Experiments Festival for Students
Yuki Nakamura | added on Jul 20, 2011 | Japan
Chemistry seems to be difficult for secondary school students in Japan to understand. So, we would like to make these students understand fun of chemistry through this festival. We hope that many students will be interested in the chemical field.