International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Catalysis Squarein Tottori: What is catalyst? Naonobu Katada   |   added on Jul 19, 2011    |    Japan This event consists of exhibitions, demonstrations and practical experiments for citizens. It will be held during the period of University Festival, and it is expected that students of primary and junior high schools will attend.
Topic: exhibitions, demonstrations and practical experiments for citizens, especially for children. Audience: students, general public, educators

Chemistry in Osaka, its History and its Products Yukiko Takegawa   |   added on Jul 19, 2011    |    Japan Osaka is a town of the chemistry. The first chemical school in Japan was established at Osaka. And many chemical industrial companies; fiber, medicine, plastics, etc, was born and developing still now.
Topic: exhibitions Audience: general public

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).
Topic: history of chemistry, exhibitions, celebrating chemistry Audience: educators, students, general public, professors, professional chemists, teachers

Valencia 2011: International Year of Chemistry Carmen Ramírez de Arellano   |   added on Feb 14, 2011    |    Spain The Valencia Section of the Royal Society of Chemistry of Spain (RSEQ-ST Valencia) joins the worldwide celebration of the International Year of Chemistry 2011 (IYC 2011). RSEQ-Valencia offers a range of activities within the “Chemistry—our life, our future” IYC 2011 goals.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, exhibitions, conferences, demonstrations, competitions Audience: students, professional chemists, professors, general public

Chemistry Council of New Jersey Elvin Montero   |   added on Jan 19, 2011    |    United States The Spring Conference is a major New Jersey industry event that provides chemistry companies and affiliated groups an opportunity to network, learn about the latest developments affecting their business, get updates on legislative and regulatory issues, participate in seminars directly related to their businesses.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, workshops, industry, conference, exhibitions, panel discussion Audience: professional chemists, chemists, industrial chemists, trade association