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Founding an international IUPAC young chemists network Collaboration Michael Scherzer | added on Mar 02, 2010 Founding an international network for young chemists
|Topic:||network||Audience:||students, professional chemists|
|Topic:||game, engaging the youth, international, periodic table||Audience:||students, general public, regional, norway, educators|
Chemistry Videos Suggestion John Malin | added on Jan 28, 2010 It's a video world, now easier than ever before to make a video and post it on YouTube. IYC 2011 can encourage students, professionals and organizations to make videos showing how chemistry improves people's lives. They can post them and provide the web addresses on a forum shown on the IYC 2011 webpage.
|Topic:||climate change, science fairs, lab safety, new medicines, materials||Audience:||general public, students|
Da Física à Química Collaboration Alexandra Silva | added on Jan 21, 2010 the pleasure of learning and thinking
|Topic:||teaching resources, chemistry courses, physics, sports||Audience:||students, general public, professional chemists, educators, regional, secondary schools|
Scientoon and Scientoonics: A novel approach to make people see that Chemistry is very interesting and is a part of our life Discussion Pradeep Srivastava | added on Jan 20, 2010 Scientoons are the cartoons, based on science. They not only make you smile and laugh but also provide information about new researches, subjects, data & concepts in a simple, understandable and interesting thought provoking way. Scientoonics deals with effective science communication using science cartoons called scientoons.
|Topic:||science communication, cartoons||Audience:||school children, students, tertiary education, educators, secondary schools|