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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|
training course Collaboration Gülşah Mersin | added on Feb 22, 2011 polymer based tissue scaffolds
|Topic:||chemistry for health, tissue engineering||Audience:|
Madame Curie Collaboration Justyna Sozańska | added on Feb 15, 2011 La première mondiale de l’opéra „Madame Curie” d'Elżbieta Sikora le 15 novembre 2011 au siège de l’UNESCO à Paris
|Topic:||opera||Audience:||iyc enthusiasts, international unesco community, decision makers, general public, scientists, music lovers|
Celebrate International Year of Chemistry : Start your chemistry blog Collaboration Chemcrowd Aministrator | added on Feb 15, 2011 Celebrate International Year of Chemistry : Start your chemistry blog with http://chemcrowd.net and get email@example.com and webaddress yourblog.chemcrow.net
The importance of chemistry in our world Collaboration Melina Mondelli | added on Feb 13, 2011 How the chemistry is involved in our world, metals and non-metals and their importance.
|Topic:||history of chemistry, periodic table, engaging the youth||Audience:||general public, students, secondary schools, scientists, educators, professional chemists|