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Elements - The Beauty of Chemistry
David Grayson | added on Jul 18, 2011 | Ireland
An exhibition that brings together Science and Art, focusing on selected elements from the Periodic Table. It includes an Atomic Kitchen, where visitors can do experiments, and there is a series of associated lab-based workshops specially designed to cater for the younger generation.
ATOM - the Chemistry Club of O.P.J.S.
Yash Agrawal | added on Jul 14, 2011 | India
WE ARE WORKING FOR IYC 2011.
Who's Around the Corner - Performing Technology Scouting and Market Feasibility Analysis
Tanya Fogg | added on Jul 12, 2011 | United States
Many businesses fail because they are late to recognize key changes in the technology and market landscape. How can you make sure your business, products, and services remain relevant to your Many businesses fail because they are late to recognize key changes in the technology and market landscape.
Pauline Meakins | added on Jul 08, 2011 | United Kingdom
Catalytic Clothing is a partnership that brings together the worlds of fashion and science and asks the public to join the campaign for clean air. Catalytic Clothing seeks to explore how clothing and textiles can be used as a catalytic surface to purify the air we breathe.
Are cows more trustworthy than chemists?
Valerie Reeves | added on Jul 07, 2011 | Canada
Dr. Joe Schwarcz, of McGill University's Office for Science and Scoiety, will give a public talk at the University of New Brunswick, aimed at dispelling some of commonly-held misconceptions people have about chemistry and chemicals.