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Networking Breakfast - Utrecht, The Netherlands
Hanke Jongebreur | added on Jan 04, 2011 | Netherlands
Networking breakfast for students, teachers and alumni. Central theme is 'carreers in chemistry'. Once you studied chemistry, where did you end up?
The universe, the world, us = Chemistry
Patricia Carabelli | added on Jan 04, 2011 | Uruguay
As an year round primary school project we will get engaged in learning about the universe, the world, us from a chemical point of view. This should allow primary school students to reflect about notions regarding diversity and whole
Celebrate Chemistry in Fribourg
Katharina Fromm | added on Jan 03, 2011 | Switzerland
Conferences "grand public", as well as open doors day, chemistry shows, activities for kids and adults, tombola, painting activities, expositions, parcours, music, ...
Chemistry for All! 'Atoms of Delight'
Elizabeth Stevenson | added on Dec 30, 2010 | United Kingdom
A celebration of chemistry:past present and future. Encouraging participation and engagement to highlight the importance and wonder of chemistry in all of our lives.
Charterhouse IYC Day
Oliver Choroba | added on Dec 16, 2010 | United Kingdom
An event for local schools and members of the public on what has chemistry done for me. Hands-on chemistry along with exposure to a number of chemical industries, universities, SCI, RSC, and invited speakers such as the Nobel Laureate Sir Harry Kroto will complement the programme.