International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Blogging Famous Chemists from the Smithsonian Institution's Collections Catherine Shteynberg   |   added on Jan 19, 2011    |    United States From January through March 2011, the Smithsonian Institution Archives will be blogging about images of chemists (both famous and relatively unknown) found in our collections, and posting new images of women scientists to the Flickr Commons.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, educational materials, website, blogs, references Audience: educators, students, general public, women chemists, educational institutions, professional chemists

La ciudad atómica Ai Quch   |   added on Jan 06, 2011    |    Chile Blog is a popularization of science in Spanish, every day of 2011 will have the characteristics and peculiarities of a molecule. This project is made by undergraduate students of Chilean Universities.
Topic: blogs, social media, celebrating chemistry, molecules, networking, website, inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, science café, future challenges, marathon Audience: students, professional chemists, latinamerica, explain, regional, teachers, universities, international, iyc enthusiasts, post, scientists, general public, global, highschool students