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CLIMATE CHANGE: GLOBAL WARNING OR WARMING Discussion Yash Agrawal | added on Jul 06, 2011 People still have hope that the change around is not WARMING but the globe WARNING us to make a diffrence.
DTSC: Celebrating Chemistry and IYC 2011 in California Discussion Jim Wasserman | added on Jun 15, 2011 In Berkeley, Cal/EPA's Department of Toxic Substances Control brought together scientists from throughout California to celebrate IYC 2011 and discuss their professional journeys and careers in chemistry.
|Topic:||engaging the youth, conferences, history of chemistry, environment||Audience:||scientists, professional chemists, students, iyc enthusiasts, researchers, global|
Mr. Discussion Hamisu Ibrahim | added on Jun 09, 2011 Organising talks on "Carrier Prospect in Chemistry"
|Topic:||presentations, what a chemist can do.||Audience:||students from high schools as well as first year students at the university.|
Build The Future For The Next Generation Of Young Scientists Discussion Randy rizky Ramadhan | added on Jun 04, 2011 This is how i think we should do.
Future... What is needed Discussion Ivan Reznikov | added on May 25, 2011 I`ve found a quote. I want people to understand it. They should understand why science (chemistry in general) is needed in our life.
|Topic:||engaging the youth||Audience:||students, general public, secondary schools, scientists, high schools, school children, educators|