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creative chemistry Suggestion Kirti Sehgal | added on Feb 28, 2011 for creative chemistry lets a transparent ball with water and boil it to show the movement of electrons in the atom.
|Topic:||engaging the youth, game||Audience:||students, secondary schools, school children|
Chemistry for Kid Suggestion Krishna Pandu | added on Feb 20, 2011 Made an simulation about simple chemical reaction, for instance the reaction about sugar and water in glass, and introduce kids about periodic table and featuring them with funny chemical symbols.
|Topic:||chemistry teaching, experiments, engaging the youth, game, periodic table||Audience:||students, school children, tachers|
What about Chem cards?? Discussion Allwin Ebenezer | added on Feb 01, 2011 can chemistry teach fun?
|Topic:||engaging youth, game, pllay||Audience:||students, secondary schools, teachers, kids|
International Year of Chemistry 2011 (HK) Official Website Collaboration Chi yan, stephen Cheung | added on Feb 01, 2011 Official website has been deployed by Hong Kong Education City Limited in collaboration with parties aiming to keep all informed about latest news of local and global IYC; make recommendation and list out all programmes to be taken place in Hong Kong; upload related resources, facilitate idea exchange via Forum
application of chemistry experiments to eradicate blind beliefs from minds of illiterate people of under / un developed countries 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|