International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Chemical Industry Technology Forum in the 76th annual meeting of SCEJ Yoshiharu  Miyasaka   |   added on Feb 25, 2011    |    Japan It’s discussed in the forum what proposal SCEJ can does to the society about the global warming issue .
Topic: conferences, workshops Audience: professors, industrial chemists, universities, graduate students, post graduate students

One-day Science School for Primary School Students Masahiro Kamata   |   added on Jan 25, 2011    |    Japan University students of TGU will open a one-day science school for primary school students living around the university..
Topic: one-day science school Audience: primary school students

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

"White Paper of Science" Symposium: World-Changing Chemistry Takehiko Okazaki   |   added on Jan 09, 2011    |    Japan To help people learn how interesting and important science is, the Mainichi Newspapers has run a series of feature articles over the past 10 years. We now plan to hold a symposium timed to coincide with the International Year of Chemistry in 2011.
Topic: symposium, publication, article Audience: general public, universities, professors, research scientists

Presentation of Chemical Research by Students of National College of Technology Naoto  Chatani   |   added on Jan 09, 2011    |    Japan Workshop of Chemical Research by students awarded an excellent graduation research prize in National College of Technology
Topic: chemical education, workshops, hands-on activities Audience: national college of technology students, teachers