International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Painting Chemistry Marian Asantewah Nkansah   |   added on Oct 07, 2010    |    Ghana Junior and senior high pupils will be asked to come up with a painting depicting chemistry or any chemistry concept.
Topic: chemistry education, art Audience: students, educators, secondary schools, teachers, decision makers, secondary school students, educational institutions, high schools

Elemental Matters: Artists Imagine Chemistry Shelley Geehr   |   added on Aug 26, 2010    |    United States Elemental Matters: Artists Imagine Chemistry, an exhibition in the Hach Gallery at the Chemical Heritage Foundation in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, features seven contemporary artists whose artwork responds to the elements, the seminal building blocks of all matter.
Topic: art, celebrating chemistry Audience: general public, professional chemists, students, educators

2011 Science Calendar Dan Hutton   |   added on Aug 06, 2010    |    Australia A 2011 calendar listing upcoming science events at the University of Western Australia. The calendar will be sent to all Western Australian high schools in order to promote science at the University of Western Australia.
Topic: chemistry education, educational materials, art, celebrating chemistry Audience: students, universities, high schools, secondary school students, secondary schools

Super Science Saturday: Celebrating Chemistry – Past, Present, Future Kathy Agee   |   added on Jun 16, 2010    |    United States This event will provide educational activities and opportunities for students and their families to experience the science of chemistry. These activities will focus on understanding the foundational elements of pure chemistry, its connections with the other sciences and our culture, and the career opportunities available.
Topic: hands-on, demonstrations, displays, inter-disciplinary, presentations, chemistry, history, art, marie curie Audience: general public, children, elementary, secondary, school, students, teachers, educators, k-12, parents

Chem13 News Periodic Table Design Project Jean Hein   |   added on May 19, 2010    |    Canada Teachers and educators worldwide can register their students, of any age, for this one-of-a-kind periodic table project combining art and science celebrating IYC. Visit www.chem13news.uwaterloo.ca for submission instructions and how to have your creative interpretation be part of the public art display, poster and website.
Topic: hands-on activities, periodic table, art, celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, elements, classroom activity, learning Audience: general public, students, youth, educators, primary schools, high schools, universities, secondary school students