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Marie Curie International Contest of Battery and Science Lectuters
Ikuo Satoh | added on Aug 13, 2011 | Japan
On the occasion of International Year of Chemistry, memolizing of Marie Curie, we would like to hold on International Contest as: What sort of battery experiment Marie Currie will give or do with children if she is alive in 2011?
Chemistry Lab., Let's Try the Experiments on Conductive Polymer
Kazuaki Hiroki | added on Aug 12, 2011 | Japan
Participants understand the mechanism of a conductive polymer, through the lecture and the experiments, including the synthesis of polypyrrole and the fabrication of a conductivity checker "TOHRU-kun"
Interesting and useful experiments course for chemistry teachers of secondary school
Tomoko Sato | added on Aug 12, 2011 | Japan
Chemistry teachers of scondary schools in Japan have been in trouble overnot enough students who like chemistry and been trying to show interesting experiments in front of students. So we could like to help them by intersting useful experiments.
The Japanease Research Chemists --The Dawn of the Modern Chemical Research in Japan
Tokiko Sasaki | added on Aug 12, 2011 | Japan
We exhibit about Japanese chemists who played important role in the beginning of modern chemistry research in Japan and in establishing Japanese academic research system during Meiji, Taishou and early Showa eras.
Toray Advanced Materials Symposium 2011
Yoshio Matsuda | added on Aug 08, 2011 | Japan
Seminars aimed for the purpose described in the section 4. given by four world class scientists including two Nobel Prize laureates in chemistry; Prof.R.H.Grubbs, Prof.H.W.Kroto, Prof.Takuzo Aida and Prof.Shinya Yamanaka.