International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Sustainable Development Sheehan Misko   |   added on Mar 10, 2011    |    United States "Sustainable Development" is a poem by Roald Hoffmann, written in his sixth language, English. Roald Hoffmann is a poet, philosopher, playwright, and chemist. She shared the 1981 Nobel Prize in chemistry with Kenichi Fukui.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, educational materials, publications, art Audience: students, professional chemists, professors, general public, educators, research scientists, industrial chemists, universities, teachers, post graduate students, women chemists, educational institutions, decision makers, tertiary education, secondary school students, school children, secondary schools students

Honoring Marie Curie Sheehan Misko   |   added on Mar 10, 2011    |    United States Susan Quinn, an award-winning writer of nonfiction books and articles highlights the 100th anniversary of Marie Curie (née Sklodowska, 1867–1934) receiving the Nobel Prize in chemistry for discovering radium and polonium, the latter named after her native Poland.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, publications, art, references Audience: students, professional chemists, professors, educators, general public, industrial chemists, universities, post graduate students, teachers, research scientists, women chemists, decision makers, educational institutions, tertiary education, secondary school students, secondary schools, school children, high schools, secondary schools students

Science: a Romantic Voayge Sheehan Misko   |   added on Mar 10, 2011    |    United States Award-winning author and biographer Richard Holmes will explore the shared common aims and ambitions of the artist and the scientist to create the humanistic science that enriches our being.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, networking, chemistry education, publications, art Audience: students, professional chemists, professors, educators, general public, industrial chemists, universities, post graduate students, teachers, research scientists, women chemists, decision makers, educational institutions, tertiary education, secondary school students, secondary schools, school children, high schools, graduate students, secondary schools students

One year of chemistry (un anno di chimica) Francesco Neve   |   added on Mar 08, 2011    |    Italy This a Blog about chemistry and society issues that will last a year. The URL is: http://1annodichimica.blogspot.com/
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, publications, website, art, references Audience: general public, educators, research scientists, teachers, women chemists, educational institutions, professional chemists, graduate students

Luis E. Miramontes Image Gallery Octavio Miramontes   |   added on Mar 01, 2011    |    Mexico This is the first public image gallery devoted entirely to Luis E. Miramontes, one of the top Mexican chemists of all times.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, networking, educational materials, hands-on activities, publications, website, art, biotechnology, references Audience: students, professional chemists, professors, general public, educators, industrial chemists, research scientists, universities, post graduate students, teachers, women chemists, educational institutions, decision makers, tertiary education, secondary school students, secondary schools, school children, high schools, graduate students