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Youth Contribution for Environment Discussion Rahma Yanda | added on Mar 28, 2011 Held activities with Youth in my city to take contribution for environment around us
|Topic:||hands-on activities, engaging the youth, environment||Audience:||iyc enthusiasts, students|
Humanity, cooperation and chemistry Collaboration Patricia Carabelli | added on Mar 15, 2011 Discussion of actual problem that Japan is facing, thinking about ways of cooperating with japaneses people, thinking about the importance of safety and caring for others in life, discussing the imperfectness of things and how to think them over, face them, the responsability of scientists and all towards humankind.
|Topic:||environment||Audience:||general public, students, secondary schools, scientists, high schools, teachers, educators, professional chemists, decision makers|
Cálculo Diferencial en el Estudio de la Dinámica Atmosférica Marciana Collaboration Ricardo Godano | added on Feb 22, 2011 Este modelo se basa en el desarrollo de aplicaciones para estudiar las condiciones climáticas del planeta Marte.
|Topic:||climate change, presentations, environment||Audience:||teachers, educators, students|
Articles in Popular Chemistry in Local News papers Suggestion Vishesh Mohabey | added on Feb 13, 2011 An effective way of celebrating IYC 2011 is to write articles in popular chemistry in local newspapers in native languages, so that even common man may be able to understand the importance of Chemistry in his life. The explanation should be simple, yet be able to effectively communicate the message.
|Topic:||chemistry in kitchen, chemistry for fighting cancer, chemistry for health, history of chemistry, environment, water quality||Audience:||general public, decision makers|
GA/GI Festival Geek + Art + Green Innovation Collaboration Chirstine Bethea | added on Feb 04, 2011 Event with unique people and projects in the tech, art and eco industries