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Reading for Understanding Chemistry
Can Zhang | added on May 27, 2011 | China
Conducted by China Association of Science and Technology, this activity will feature chemistry popularization books on a variety of topics.
"Role of Chemistry in everyday life since ancient era"
Chetankumar Masram | added on May 23, 2011 | India
One Day National Level Conference in Chemistry on "Role of Chemistry in Everyday Life Since Ancient Era" is an event to promote rational spirit in society and to increase the public appreciation and understanding of Chemistry and to encourage the interest of young people in Chemistry.This will definitely enhanced the knowledge
Contemporary Chemistry Conferences
Silvia Popescu | added on May 23, 2011 | Romania
annual symposium with international participation
Sibo Mixes Things Up by Ginny Stone
Ginny Stone | added on May 23, 2011 | South Africa
A fun story book for young children - written in rhyme - with the topic of chemistry woven into the story line. This book is the 10th in the Sibo Series, published by Lets Look publishers (Pretoria, South Africa). It is now available - visit the website for more details - http://www.sibo.co.
Careers in Chemistry
Sergio Musmanni | added on May 22, 2011 | Costa Rica
A series of up to 9 careers of chemists will be highlighted with descriptions of what the chemist is doing and the chemistry behind. Some of the careers will come from the academic, private and public sector, like customs, metrology, forensics, environment, health, teaching, quality control, production, etc