International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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application of chemistry experiments to eradicate blind beliefs from minds of illiterate people of under / un developed countries Collaboration Collaboration Subrat kumar Panigrahy   |   added on Jan 31, 2011 Many chemistry experiments & applications are available, which can improve the quality / taste of life of illiterate / innocent people of poor and third world countries.
Topic: hands-on activities, workshops, experiments, game, drawing competition Audience: general public, students, secondary schools, high schools, school children, scientists, teachers, iyc enthusiasts, global, decision makers

International System of Units during our International Year of Chemistry Suggestion Suggestion Sally Mitchell   |   added on Jan 28, 2011 SI is the international system of units used by chemists all over the world to communicate. Unfortunately, many citizens do not know this language and struggle to communicate with the rest of the world. Demand metric only measurements used in all public schools in the USA. Make 2011, a truly international year.
Topic: engaging the youth, history of chemistry, presentations, science fair, chemistry olympiad Audience: general public, students, secondary schools, high schools, school children, scientists, teachers, educators, professional chemists, tertiary education, iyc enthusiasts, international, global

Writing Popular Chemistry Article in Indonesia language Collaboration Collaboration Arli Aditya Parikesit   |   added on Jan 20, 2011 We encourage every Indonesian chemistry-enthusiast, from academics, scientist professional, students, or hobbyist, to submit your popular Chemistry article in Indonesian language at our popular science website, netsains.com
Topic: engaging the youth, hands-on activities Audience: general public, students, secondary schools, high schools, scientists, teachers, educators, professional chemists, iyc enthusiasts, researchers, regional, post graduate students

Lab Display Suggestion Suggestion Eslon Wafihwaieh   |   added on Jan 19, 2011 Laboratory Activities must be done in an open area so any body can come to see how it is done
Topic: hands-on activities, workshops, engaging the youth, experiments, history of chemistry, science fair, presentations, climate change, competition, chemistry olympiad, show, seminars, environment, play, game, periodic table, water quality, drawing competition Audience: general public, students, secondary schools, high schools, scientists, regional, teachers, professional chemists, primary schools, iyc enthusiasts, researchers, international, global, post graduate students, decision makers, post secondary students

Stained glassactivity Suggestion Suggestion Andres Tretiakov   |   added on Jan 18, 2011 Here is an idea to start the celebrations: making a display of gold and silver nanoparticles in honour of the medival glass artisans!!!!
Topic: hands-on activities, periodic table, drawing competition, workshops, conferences, engaging the youth, experiments, exhibition, history of chemistry Audience: general public, teachers, tertiary education, professional chemists, scientists, educators, iyc enthusiasts