International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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International Year of Chemistry 2011

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What's Cooking at the Shine Dome - Australian Academy of Science Open Day Jen Nixon   |   added on Jul 07, 2011    |    Australia Feast on an exciting and engaging program for all ages as the Australian Academy of Science Open Day explores the chemistry of food. Learn about the science of wine production, the chemistry of nutritious food, the way taste works and much more in an interactive smorgasbord of scientific delights.
Topic: hands-on activities, chemistry fun, presentations, food chemistry Audience: general public, teachers, students, school children, scientists

NATA Young Scientists of the Year Award 2011 Philip Keeffe   |   added on Apr 07, 2011    |    Australia An annual natiional science competition for Primary School students to encourage young scientists and promote learning of science among schoolchildren.
Topic: chemistry education, chemistry students, competition, young scientists, scientific learning, chemistry experiment, chemistry fun Audience: students, educators, teachers, educational institutions, primary school students, primary school teachers, primary schools, primary school principals

Chemistry in the Science Museum Petra Van 't slot   |   added on Nov 19, 2010    |    United States Bring chemistry into the local Science Museum at no extra cost for all visitor. The Chemistry Demo are lined up with the California Science Curriculum Standards. The demos are carried out by undergraduates in order to spark their interest in Chemistry Education
Topic: chemistry education, chemistry fun Audience: students, educators, elementary school, school children, science museum

The Bigger Bang Stephen Ashworth   |   added on Nov 16, 2010    |    United Kingdom Hal Sosabowski (also known as Dr Hal) will be visiting the Theatre Royal, Norwich to put on his current live show.
Topic: demonstrations, chemistry shows, chemistry fun Audience: school children, general public