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School Packs Global Water Experiment in Sri Lanka
N.M. Sanjaya Hettigedara | added on Jan 26, 2012 | Sri Lanka
Being the focal point for IYC 2011 and the Global Water Experiment in Sri Lanka, this Institute has received 5 School Packs and 5 Sets of Printed Material from IUPAC/UNESCO for distribution to the schools in needs of equipment to participate in the Global Experiment.
ExcipientFest Americas 2012
Marisol Perez | added on Jan 20, 2012 | United States
ExcipientFest attracts Pharmaceutical Scientists from the Americas and around the world to a unique two day forum for cutting-edge scientific developments. ExcipientFest features Educational Conferences, Workshops and Academic Poster Session. It is also a great event for networking.
Workshop International Year of Chemistry
Arlene Correa | added on Nov 16, 2011 | Brazil
In this workshop we will celebrate the IYC in the Federal University of São Carlos, Brazil. The program includes a round-table and four plenary lectures presented by distinguished researchers from Brazil, Spain and USA.
Recent Trends in Chemistry
Damodar Prabhu | added on Oct 30, 2011 | India
The National Conference on 'Recent Trends in Chemistry' is being organised by Department of Chemistry, Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, Sikkim, India on January 23-25, 2012 to update the scientific and academic communities with the current advancement in different areas of Chemistry.
How much arsenic do we eat? Analytical chemists make light work in tracking potentially harmful chemicals
Julian Tyson | added on Oct 25, 2011 | United States
Lecture-demonstration about applications of spectroscopy with particular reference to arsenic in rice. Members of the audience will be recruited for subsequent citizen scientist activity and will take home a test kit to measure arsenic in rice and water.