International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Québec/Ontario Mini-Symposium on Bioorganic and Organic Chemistry Dirk Ortgies   |   added on Jul 08, 2011    |    Canada The 22nd Québec/Ontario Mini-Symposium on Bioorganic and Organic Chemistry is a three day conference consisting of oral- and poster-presentations. It is the premier regional conference in its field of research and provides the possibilities for exchange between graduate students, academic and industrial researchers.
Topic: organic chemistry, bioorganic chemistry, medicinal chemistry, catalysis, green chemistry, total synthesis, conference, presentations Audience: professors, graduate students, professional chemists, researchers, industrial chemists, universities

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

Engaging Colleagues in Dialogue Tanya Fogg   |   added on May 10, 2011    |    United States Have you ever found a project to go awry only to learn that miscommunication was the cause? Good communication skills can make all the difference in your success as a leader. This webinar will help you improve your communication skills from both sides of the communication exchange – as sender and receiver. Join our speaker,
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, networking, demonstrations, presentations Audience: students, professional chemists, general public, professors, educators, research scientists, graduate students, secondary schools students

Wow Your Crowd: Presenting Online with Power Tanya Fogg   |   added on May 09, 2011    |    United States To succeed as a scientist, you need to present your results. You may be familiar with strategies to make interesting in-person presentations, but do you know how to give a TERRIFIC ONLINE presentation? It is harder to excite your audience with online presentations. With advances in technology, you will be expected to give on
Topic: power point, presentations, graphic presentations, conferences, seminars, educational materials, workshops Audience: students, professional chemists, general public, professors, educators, research scientists, universities, industrial chemists, teachers, post graduate students, women chemists, educational institutions, high schools, school children, secondary schools, graduate students, secondary schools students

Launching Ceremony and Chemistry Declaration in Korea Dong-myung Shin   |   added on Dec 14, 2010    |    Korea, Republic Of IYC2011 Launching Ceremony and Chemistry Declaration in Korea
Topic: international year of chemistry 2011, presentations, declaration of screening, celebrating chemistry Audience: decision makers, industrial chemists, professors, professional chemists, students, educators