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Standard Test in Chemistry in Thailand
Supa Hannongbua | added on Jan 29, 2012 | Thailand
In order to meet the goals of IYC2011 under the theme “Chemistry- our life, our future”, preparing chemists for 21st century is required. The Standard Test in Chemistry will be held during February 18-19, 2012, in Thailand
International Conference of Young Chemists (ICYC)
Fatima Mustafa | added on Jan 27, 2012 | Jordan
The main aim of this conference is to “encourage interest in chemistry among young people, and to generate enthusiasm for the creative future of chemistry” which is one of the IYC goals.
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.
Chemical Experimental Lesson
Katsuya Takahashi | added on Dec 27, 2011 | Japan
Some special lectures and experiments were held.
Global Water Experiment in Turkey - Küresel su deneyi
Nurşen Kalyoncu | added on Dec 20, 2011 | Turkey
As Amasya Science and Art Center teachers and students, we have made the analyses of the water of Yesilırmak river that cross through the city.