International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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How to be start with Chemsitry 2011 in Aswan Faculty of Science, Egypt? Collaboration Collaboration M.Nageeb Rashed   |   added on Dec 27, 2010 We are in university (South Valley University-Aswan Branch and Aswan Faculty of Science) will start the activities of Chemistry 2011
Topic: workshops, conferences, hands-on activities, experiments, history of chemistry, environment, chemistry olympiad, seminars, presentations Audience: general public, scientists, high schools, students, educators, teachers, professional chemists, international, post graduate students, researchers, global

Computational Chemistry as the domain for modern drug designing Collaboration Collaboration Krishnan Namboori   |   added on Dec 20, 2010 Computational drug designing (CDD) can be considered as the most complex material designing exercise a real computational chemist has to take up. But few drugs have come up in the market as products of CDD.
Topic: hands-on activities, workshops, engaging the youth, presentations Audience: scientists, educators, professional chemists

Making practical experience available Suggestion Suggestion Shahriar Kabir Saki   |   added on Dec 19, 2010 I think practical experience of Chemistry is needed to boost the popularity of the subject. So why not organize small 'Practical Workshops' which would last 2-3 days, may be? Here the visitors will be able to gain practical experience of different easy and low-cost practicals such as filtration, distillation, salt analysis etc
Topic: hands-on activities, workshops, engaging the youth Audience: general public, students, secondary schools, school children, high schools, teachers, primary schools

Dr. Noha Elnagdi Suggestion Suggestion Noha Elnagdi   |   added on Dec 10, 2010 Launching Chemistry Clubs
Topic: workshops, experiments, exhibition, engaging the youth, science fair, competition, play, chemistry olympiad Audience: secondary schools, school children, high schools, educators, teachers, tertiary education, primary schools, decision makers, post secondary students

Exhibition concerning the importance and imminent need for chemistry in social and everyday life. Collaboration Collaboration Hichem Abassi   |   added on Nov 27, 2010 sort of science fair or scientific experience accessible to everyone but too valuable to everyone,so no one will get bored or will negligate this very important event ,the year of chemistry.
Topic: hands-on activities, workshops, conferences, experiments, exhibition, engaging the youth, climate change, history of chemistry, science fair, seminars, show, play, competition, presentations, chemistry olympiad, game, drawing competition, water quality, periodic table, environment Audience: general public, students, secondary schools, school children, high schools, scientists, educators, post graduate students, international, regional, primary schools, tertiary education, teachers, professional chemists, iyc enthusiasts, global, researchers, decision makers, post secondary students