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Nanotechnology-Storage Devices Suggestion Tejas Reddy | added on Nov 11, 2011 We can increase the memory storage capacity of a storage device like CDs, Floppys, Pen drives, and San Disks.
|Topic:||engaging the youth, experiments, hands-on activities||Audience:||professional chemists., researchers, students, teachers, scientists, international, global|
A solution for plastics Collaboration Yedhu Krishnan | added on Nov 10, 2011 All the problems and health hazards caused by plastics should be taken to the minds of people ,especially to the youngster in a manner that they could get inspire to solve this burning issue and save our earth.they should be aware of its dangers so that they can invent a solution...
Chemistry club in every school Collaboration Mohamed wessim Mahouachi | added on Nov 04, 2011 Every child in this earth has the right to know that chemistry is very imporatnt in our daily life and it's very useful
Science Weekends Suggestion Abhishek kumar Sinha | added on Sep 28, 2011 Every weekends should be dedicated to science. Chemistry in life should be discussed in home, school, locality and also on social networking sites.
Research work by international collaboration Suggestion Summyia Masood | added on Sep 22, 2011 Due to lack of advance techniques in certain countries like in Pakistan so it is difficult to produce a quality research work in such conditions.
|Topic:||experiments||Audience:||researchers, teachers, professional chemists.|