International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Chemistry through theatre - “Les lueurs de la rue Cuvier” Suggestion Suggestion Yohan Baratte   |   added on May 17, 2010 The original play on Marie Curie work entitled “Les lueurs de la rue Cuvier” and written by Christel Larrouy, intends to act as a national thread to both IYC and the centenary of Marie Curie’s Nobel prize.
Topic: play Audience: general public, school children, students, scientists, secondary schools

Lavoisier Challenge Suggestion Suggestion Claire Lamarre   |   added on May 12, 2010 The show tells the story of Lavoisier, who is considered one of the founders of modern chemistry.
Topic: play, history of chemistry Audience: general public, students, scientists

"Oxygen" show Suggestion Suggestion Jean-Yves Jean-Yves   |   added on May 12, 2010 The discovery of the oxygen in 18th century marks the beginning of modern chemistry. But who has made this discovery? Is it Lavoisier in France, Priestley in England or Scheele in Sweden?
Topic: play, nobel commitee, research Audience: general public, students, scientists, secondary schools

"KARUCHIM" Suggestion Suggestion Guylene Aurore   |   added on May 12, 2010 « KARUCHIM » Chemistry village in KARUKERA* will be the ending event of Chemistry Year in Guadeloupe.
Topic: animations, exhibition Audience: general public, school children, students, educators, scientists, secondary schools

Chemistry : Magical Science Suggestion Suggestion J. S. Filhol   |   added on May 12, 2010 We’ll show, through presentations, chemistry’s facet that could be considered as magic by layperson
Topic: workshops, presentations Audience: general public, school children, students, scientists, educators, secondary schools