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Takakazu Yoshioka | added on Dec 03, 2011 | Japan
Visitors experience of science by junior high and high school students: We make a plan of the science lecture by Dr. Fujishima who is the president of Tokyo University of Science.
Science Exhibition on Non conventional energy sources
Pravin Bendle | added on Dec 02, 2011 | India
Non conventional energy sources" which consist of those energy sources that are infinite, natural, and renewable. Harnessing of non-conventional, & environment friendly energy resource is vital for steering the global energy supplies towards a sustainable path instead of depleting fossil fuel.
towards sustainable path.
Science Fun Day at the Great Lakes Science Center
Peter Schmidt | added on Dec 02, 2011 | United States
The Gamma Chapter of Alpha Chi Sigma will be doing fun and educational, interactive scientific demonstrations geared towards the young and the young at heart.
Surface Science - Towards Nano, Bio-, and Green Innovation
Tetsuya Hasegawa | added on Dec 01, 2011 | Japan
ISSS-6 is the 6th in a series of International Symposium on Surface Science organized by the Surface Science Society of Japan. This symposium highlights the recent achivements in surface science and relevant fields, focusing on nano, bio-, and green technologies.
Cape Cod Science Cafe-Celebrating Quarter 4 of the International Year of Chemistry
Jennifer Maclachlan | added on Nov 30, 2011 | United States
Join us for hands-on science experiments related to althy kids. Let’s get our kids excited about science!
Stop in, participate in a chemistry experiment aimed at grades K-12, have a snack and socialize
at the Cape Cod Science Café with local area chemists, friends and families from your community.