International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Nobel Quilts Karen Grant   |   added on Feb 22, 2012    |    United States Columbia Basin College and Washington State University Tri-Cities created two quilts of all the Nobel Laureates in chemistry, engaging students to learn about the history of chemistry.
Topic: history of chemistry, nobel laureates Audience: students, general public

The Japan Academy Lecture in Commemoration of the visit of Professor E. J. Corey Hiroki Kadowaki   |   added on Nov 08, 2011    |    Japan The Japan Academy Lecture in Commemoration of the visit of Professor E. J. Corey, Honary Member of the Japan Academy and RIKEN Honorary Fellow Lecture
Topic: nobel laureates, lecture Audience: general public

Designing IYC2011 Desktop Calendar/Bulletin Board with Nobel Laureates' Photographs and Brief Note on their Significant Contributions Suryanarayana Rao   |   added on Feb 13, 2011    |    India Calendar will be designed jointly by teachers and students of Sishu Griha School with a flexible arrangement for changing photographs and notes periodically.This will overcome the limitation to the number of displays in the calendar.This kindles interest for students to research in the field of Chemistry.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, general interest, iyc calendar, nobel laureates Audience: students, teachers, general public