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Karen Grant | added on Feb 22, 2012 | United States
Columbia Basin College and Washington State University Tri-Cities created two quilts of all the Nobel Laureates in chemistry, engaging students to learn about the history of chemistry.
Chemical Landmark: Kekule at Ghent
Tim Reynolds | added on Sep 29, 2011 | Belgium
On October 28 the work of August Kekule at Ghent University will be marked with the presentation of an RSC Chemical Landmark to Ghent University. The ceremony starts at 16:00 in the Aula of the University of Ghent with a reception afterwards.
Career Highlights and Influence of Marie Curie on Women Scientists
Trudy Lionel | added on Jul 29, 2011 | United States
Dr. Darleane Hoffman will touch on a few highlights of her career and then discuss some of Marie Sklodowska-Curie’s less well -known contributions. She will also comment on the celebration this year of the 100th anniversary of the Award of the 1911 Nobel Prize in Chemistry to Marie Curie as the sole recipient.
Essay on History of Chemistry at NIMR
Frank Norman | added on Apr 19, 2011 | United Kingdom
An essay outlining the history of chemistry in biomedical research at the MRC National Institute for Medical Research, from 1914 to present.
Chemistry 1541 - 1911 exhibit
Kerry Magruder | added on Apr 04, 2011 | United States
The "Chemistry, 1540 – 1911" exhibit features first editions and rare works by Marie Curie, Georg Agricola, Robert Fludd, Geber, Robert Boyle, Antoine Lavoisier, John Dalton, Amadeo Avogadro, Dmitrii Mendeleev, and others. Download a brochure, visit the Collections, and follow the blog (http://ouhos.org).