International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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The 8th Grand Contest of Chemistry for High School Students Hirokazu Maekawa   |   added on Jul 20, 2011    |    Japan The contest of chemistry for high school students including oral and poster presentation
Topic: competition Audience: tudents and teachers of high schools, faculty, graduate and undergraduate students of chemistry department

IYC Seminars in Lebanon Bilal Kaafarani   |   added on Jun 13, 2011    |    Lebanon In celebration of the International Year of Chemistry (IYC2011) and in coordination with the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) and UNESCO, the Department of Chemistry at the American University of Beirut will organize seminars by distinguished scientists.
Topic: nanotechnology, seminar Audience: students, general public, faculty

Undergraduate Organic Competition Bilal Kaafarani   |   added on Sep 27, 2010    |    Lebanon An Undergraduate Organic Competition is scheduled on Feb 7, 2011 to celebrate IYC 2011. The competition is open to ALL students who completed Organic I and Organic II courses. Teams of two students will be competing using Clickers with the "Fastest Responders" tool. The session will be videotaped and will be posted on Youtube.
Topic: organic chemistry, competition Audience: lebanon universities, students, faculty, staff, guests