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healthcare Discussion Afsar Imam | added on Jan 17, 2011 minimise drug dependence in public thru the use of phytochemistry
Natural Product Collaboration Amel Bouzabata | added on Jan 11, 2011 Valorization of the natural products: new antidiabetic molecules
Foundation of the Mexican Society of Chemistry's Ex-olympics. Suggestion David Yafté Díaz-Sánchez | added on Jan 02, 2011 The ex-olympics are a big group of mexican students who in past years participated in the National Chemistry Olympiad. The official creation of this society is a way of bringing together young chemists in Mexico.
|Topic:||competition, chemistry olympiad||Audience:||students, high schools, scientists, teachers, professional chemists., researchers|
How to be start with Chemsitry 2011 in Aswan Faculty of Science, Egypt? Collaboration M.Nageeb Rashed | added on Dec 27, 2010 We are in university (South Valley University-Aswan Branch and Aswan Faculty of Science) will start the activities of Chemistry 2011
Visualize the application of chemistry and publish in common websites like youtube Collaboration Ramanathan E | added on Dec 23, 2010 Let us visualize the important concepts and applications of chemistry and publish in common websites like youtube throughout the year.
|Topic:||chemistry animation, visuals, youtube movie clips, digital chemistry, chemistry in daily life, chemistry olympiad||Audience:||teachers, students, chemistry, researchers, chemists, elearning, animation, professors|