International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Madame CURIE by KAMISHIBAI and Experiment Shows from Leçons de Marie Curie (Talk and mini-experiment shows) Mizue y. Kissho   |   added on Mar 07, 2011    |    Japan The loss of women’s talent cannot be resolved without properly resourced primary education services. “Science Studio Marie” (SSM) aims to make children and young women more friendly with STEM since 2002. SSM show programs are consisted of KAMISHIBAI (the Japanese Story Telling with a series of Pictures of Marie Curie) performa
Topic: science fair, shows Audience: school children, young women, parents, general public

The Wind Blows: participatory demonstration of modernized Leçons de Marie Curie Mizue y. Kissho   |   added on Jan 15, 2011    |    Japan The loss of women’s talent cannot be resolved without properly resourced primary education services. “Science Studio Marie” (SSM) aims to make children and young women more friendly with STEM since 2002. SSM show programs are consisted of KAMISHIBAI (the Japanese Story Telling with a series of Pictures of Marie Curie) performa
Topic: education Audience: school children, young women, parents, general public