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science fair-with Paschim Banga Vigyan Mancha conference at different level Discussion Sisir Bose | added on Jan 22, 2012 To encourage students and general public about chemistry education and awareness through seminar , lectures ppt etc.
One Million IMPACTING Two Hundred Million Collaboration Sydney Kloppers | added on Dec 02, 2011 This project is focusing on the further development of NATURAL SCIENCE & CHEMISTRY in junior and high schools in developing nations around the World over the next 10 years at least, and we have called the project “One Million IMPACTING Two Hundred Million”!!
making a difference Collaboration Tebogo Sekgwelea | added on Nov 16, 2011 together as a processs laboratory team making a difference in high schools
|Topic:||hands-on activities||Audience:||high schools|
Handling of rejected material from Lab. Discussion Qixue Qin | added on Nov 14, 2011 The rejected material from Lab is becoming more and more serious, because of ingoring the harming to water and soil, we often see the discharging of rejected material without no handling. This is a problem to be solved urgently.
|Topic:||hands-on activities, workshops, environment, water quality||Audience:||students, high schools, researchers, global|
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|