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Graduate Students Symposium at the University of Sherbrooke
Nadi Braidy | added on Oct 01, 2011 | Canada
Symposium day of graduate students of the Chemical and Biotechnological Engineering of Université de Sherbrooke. October 14th, 2011 Room C1-2038
HKU Chemistry Week 2011
Ella Wong | added on Sep 18, 2011 | Hong Kong
HKU Chemistry Week—Our Life, Our Future (Oct 4 - Oct 13, 2011)
Conferences on IYC 2011 - JAIQ2011, Jornades de l'any Internacional de la química 2011
Juan Torras | added on Jul 27, 2011 | Spain
This is a series of lectures, performances, and exhibitions around the theme "Chemistry - our lives, our future", where they speak from different areas in which chemical research is critical to solving global problems involving food, water, health, energy, transport, etc.
Dr. Noyori presents the basic course for understanding the concept "chirality"
Chigusa Rao | added on Jul 19, 2011 | Japan
Dr. Noyori and his staff to guide the basic knowledge of Asymmetric Hydrogeneration to students. The students to enjoy free-discussion opportunity with Dr. Noyori besides the lecture.
Monitoring of Fresh Water Bodies
Pedro Robles | added on Jul 13, 2011 | Puerto Rico
Water monitoring of fresh water bodies by public school students from elementary, intermediate and high school students. Undergraduate students of Caribbean University are also participating in the water monitoring program.