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IYC Outreach, chemistry educational resources Suggestion Jayasekara Athtanaike | added on May 13, 2011 This a copy of email received from Dr. Liezl, ACS in regard to IYC outreach and chemical educational resources, The information will be useful to those involved in IYC activities and school educational programmes. I thank Liezl Perez for his generous contribution.
Applying chemistry to society by youth Collaboration Rahma Yanda | added on May 07, 2011 International activities doing by youth from around the world who have passion to participate. Kind of activities are applying chemistry solution for energy and environmental problems, guided by professional researcher and Youth who wants to join should be trained before doing their action to their society.
|Topic:||engaging the youth, workshops, environment, science fair, climate change, seminars, presentations, exhibition||Audience:||scientists, professional chemists, iyc enthusiasts, post graduate students|
Changing habits- changing climates Discussion Rupashree Dass | added on Apr 27, 2011 little habits that make a big difference
Appreciation of IYC activities Suggestion Jayasekara Athtanaike | added on Apr 21, 2011 Many countries are actively participating in IYC activities. I propose to select three countries who perform best and offer first, second and third place awards to them.
|Topic:||competition||Audience:||general public, teachers, scientists, school children, educators, professional chemists, primary schools, iyc enthusiasts, international, researchers, global|