International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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The Department of Chemistry, College of Science of the University of Santo Tomas Celebrates IYC Karen Santiago   |   added on Aug 28, 2011    |    Philippines Series of events being organized and/or co-organized by the Department of Chemistry of the UST College of Science from September to December 2011: -Design the 'Chem Board' -Essay Writing Contest -Amazing Chemistry: A day of lecture and experiments @UST -Poster Making Contest -Water Experiment
Topic: Audience: students, professors, educators, research scientists, post graduate students, tertiary education, secondary schools students

2011 National Science Club Month Celebration Alyssa ashley Usman   |   added on Aug 23, 2011    |    Philippines There will be three activities - National Science Clubs Summit (Summit), PSYSC Science Olympiad (PSO), and Math-Sci-A-Ka. The main thrusts of this year’s NSCM are the following: interaction of science clubs, recognition of excellence, and active participation of science clubbing in our society
Topic: innovative chemistry Audience: students, science clubs, teachers, education

Ateneo Chemistry Society Week 2011 - Ignition: Fueling The Future Forward Gian Karlo Dapul   |   added on Aug 19, 2011    |    Philippines With the theme “Ignition: Fueling the Future Forward”, the Ateneo Chemistry Society of the Ateneo de Manila University seeks to enhance the appreciation of the central science in the campus through a week-long celebration that centers on how chemistry's applications are the beginning of a bright and passionate future.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, hands-on activities, seminars, games, exhibits, future of chemistry Audience: students, professional chemists, general public, professors, educators, universities

UPLB CHEM 16 Inter-Laboratory Quiz Contest 2011 Rowell Abogado   |   added on Aug 13, 2011    |    Philippines A free, college-level, inter-laboratory class quiz competition open to students of the University of the Philippines - Los Baños currently taking up CHEM 16.1 (General Chemistry I Laboratory). The contest is centered on the applications of Chemistry and themed: "Zooming the Advancement of Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology".
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, competition, nanotechnology, pharmaceutical chemistry Audience: students, universities, professors, educators, industrial chemists, professional chemists, researchers

KKP-Day Lecture Forum: After 100 Years of Chemistry, Quo Vadis? Leon Payawan   |   added on Feb 11, 2011    |    Philippines The annual KKP day forum features the lecture "100 Years of Chemistry, Quo Vadis?" by the University of the Philippines President Alfredo Pascual, and other lectures on the role of chemistry in life science, photovoltaics, international protocol, and workshop sessions on Chemometrics and chemical structure Origami.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, educational materials, workshops Audience: students, professional chemists, professors, educators, universities, research scientists, post graduate students, teachers