International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Time for chemistry (Po-Ra na chemię, czyli Międzynarodowy Rok Chemii w Centrum Hewelianum) Dorota Cieslicka   |   added on Oct 06, 2011    |    Poland Hewelianum Centre propose workshops "Ca-Fe chemistry" for school children and exhibition about life and discoveries of Marie Skłodowska Curie. With presentations, experiments and scientific riddles children will discover exciting world of elements.
Topic: workshop, chemistry education, marie skłodowska curie Audience: school children, secondary schools

100th Anniversary of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry Awarded to Madame Marie Curie Jean-Pierre Vairon   |   added on Nov 27, 2010    |    France A French -Polish celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry awarded to Madame Marie Curie will be held in La Sorbonne the day following the Official IYC Opening in UNESCO, on January 29, 2011
Topic: marie skłodowska curie, marie curie, polonium, radium Audience: students, teachers, secondary school students, general public