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Symposium Commemorating the 200th Anniversary of Iodine Discovery
Tatsuo Kaiho | added on Oct 25, 2011 | Japan
This is the Symposium to celebrate 200th Anniversary of Iodine Discovery.
Popularisation of Chemistry through writing Books in Regional Language which is included in 8th Schedule of Indian Constitution
Prem Mohan Mishra | added on Oct 19, 2011 | India
I have written the 1st text book of Chemistry in Maithili Language for popularising Chemistry among the Maithili knowing people as IYC 2011 celebrations in the uniquest of ways.
An Evening of Lectures and Demonstration for the General Public
Ying Zheng | added on Oct 17, 2011 | Canada
Hosted by Greg Patenaude and Rene Boere
PPI-Net National Conference
Marcia Castle | added on Oct 14, 2011 | United Kingdom
The first national conference on protein-protein interactions organised by PPI-Net will be held on Monday, December 12 2011. I will bring together the whole UK community engaged in research of PPIs and formulate plans to solve problems in research.
Problems Solving in Forensic Chemistry
Mercedes Torre | added on Oct 13, 2011 | Spain
Specialist in forensic chemistry (members of the spanish Scientific Police and Civil Guard, and Teachers and research scientists of Forensic Chemistry of Alcala University, Madrid, Spain) explain how to deal with real forensic chemistry cases such as explosives, abuse drugs, environmental forensic pollutants, etc.