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Periodic Table Suggestion Mercy Kiiru | added on Aug 19, 2010 We should celebrate all aspects of each element on the day it coincides with the atomic number. e.g day 1- Hydrogen, day 10 - Neon, day 58- Cerium......etc.
THE CHEMISTRY IS ME Collaboration Nicola Spano' | added on Aug 10, 2010 It is an event held at an Institute or University involving chemistry students, teachers, businesses, research institutions, etc.. to make exploring the spread of chemistry in all human activities
|Topic:||hands-on activities, exhibition, experiments||Audience:||secondary schools, students, school children, professional chemists.|
Chemistry makes an exhibition of itself Suggestion Monique Monique | added on Jul 20, 2010 High school students will present to an audience of young pupils, an interactive chemistry show.
|Topic:||hands-on activities, show, presentations, experiments||Audience:||secondary schools, high schools|
Chemistry 2011 at the Lycée Raymond Naves Suggestion Claire Dibarboure | added on Jul 20, 2010 My aim is quite simple: showing that chemistry can be fun!
|Topic:||hands-on activities, exhibition||Audience:||high schools|
Chemistry in All its States Suggestion Olivier Laugt | added on Jul 20, 2010 The activities and events organised by the students on the Master’s course in the Public Understanding of Science at the University of Bordeaux target a wide public
|Topic:||hands-on activities, exhibition, conferences||Audience:||general public, students, scientists|