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Chemistry of Chocolate
Monica Metzler | added on May 16, 2011 | United States
Chemistry of chocolate is a unique program for the adult public to open people's minds to thinking about chemistry in unexpected ways. A professor of chemistry, and R&D Specialist from a chocolate manufacturer will explain and demonstrate various chemical reactions in the chocolate-making process.
Workshop on Chromatographic techniques
Damodar Prabhu | added on Jan 22, 2011 | India
The Chromatographic Society of India has organised a workshop on Chromatographic Techniques on March 10-12,2011 at G N Khalsa College, Mumbai which will cover theory and experimentation pertaining to GC, HPLC, HPTLC,Hyphenated Techniques and Electrophoresis.
Chemistry the Elixer of Life
Ma. Cecilia Almeda | added on Jan 14, 2011 | Philippines
A campaign on the essence of understanding chemistry as an important step in living a better life. Encouraging young students from the elementary, secondary and tertiary levels to study chemistry by inviting them to attend exhibits and presentations and lectures. It is a campaign on career opportunities.
IYC 2011 Celebration in Nigeria
Edu Inam | added on Nov 15, 2010 | Nigeria
The department of chemistry, University of Uyo is hosting a five day program to celebrate chemistry. The activities are generally planned to increase the public understanding and appreciation of chemistry in a society where interest in the subject is diminishing.
Miraculous demonstrations to increase interest in chemistry and to eradicate superstitions
SUDESH GHODERAO | added on Mar 23, 2010 | India
The miraculous chemical demonstrations are used to develop interest in student about chemical sciences, develop scientific temper and to eradicate superstitions associated with it.