International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Celebration in Dibrugarh, India Rahul Kar   |   added on Mar 17, 2011    |    India Our activities would include popular talks, science quiz competition, essay writing competition, poster presentation and laboratory visit for school children.
Topic: competition, celebrating chemistry, demonstrations Audience: school and college students, post graduate students, teachers, professors, general public

History of the Chemistry Department at UWI, Mona, Jamaica Robert Lancashire   |   added on Jan 25, 2011    |    Jamaica A book highlighting the early years of the Chemistry Department at UWI, Mona has just been published and it is hoped to ensure copies are made available to all schools in the country as well as all parish and local libraries.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, publications Audience: school and college students, alumni

Mediaplanet Business of Chemistry Publication Sara Quigley   |   added on Jan 20, 2011    |    United States In honor of The Year of Chemistry, Mediaplanet will be publishing an 8-16 page section titled “The Business of Chemistry” to be distributed within the Washington Post newspaper in Washington, DC on March 30th.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, educational materials, chemistry education Audience: students, professionals, general public, educators, universities, women, school children, school and college students, consumers