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Using Chemistry to Discover New Medicines and Improve Lives
Katayune Presland | added on Nov 04, 2011 | United Kingdom
The talk is a popular science lecture on medicinal chemistry and will describe how new medicines are designed in the modern era on 29th November 2011 at Alderley Park, AstraZeneca.
Can you find Chemistry in your Life?
Fernando Jimenez | added on Oct 26, 2011 | Spain
Photo Contest online for Secondary and Hig school students in Spain
Greenlight@Brussels Day 2011
Cheryl Miller | added on Oct 21, 2011 | Belgium
300 girls, ages 11 to 15, are invited to the International School of Brussels on Saturday, 26 November 2011, to attend a free, day-long event with fascinating speakers, role models, and interactive, hands-on workshops showing the fun behind science and technology!
"Todo es Química" ("Everything is Chemistry")
Julia Pecci | added on Oct 14, 2011 | Spain
20 minutes Radio programe dedicated to the difusion of the Chemistry between the general public.
2011 National Science Club Month Celebration
Alyssa ashley Usman | added on Aug 23, 2011 | Philippines
There will be three activities - National Science Clubs Summit (Summit), PSYSC Science Olympiad (PSO), and Math-Sci-A-Ka. The main thrusts of this year’s NSCM are the following: interaction of science clubs, recognition of excellence, and active participation of science clubbing in our society