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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.
Chemical science is for everyone, knows a little more ..... Suggestion Pedro Falcón estrada | added on Jul 28, 2010 My idea is to present an overview about the major chemicals through history, their contributions to science, a little of his life and how the world has changed from the dates recognized by science. Develop a book, of leading scientists that have existed, or perhaps a book where it shows a very simple, the work that was aw
IYC Activities in Indonesia Collaboration Yessi Permana | added on Jul 07, 2010 This is a brief description of planned activities carried out by the Indonesian Chemical Society to celebrate the IYC 2011.
Brazilian Activities for celebration of the IYC 2011 Collaboration Vanderlan Bolzani | added on May 13, 2010 Plan of activities prepared by the Brazilian Chemical Society to be implemented in all Brazilian regions aiming to stimulate young people's interest in chemistry and educating a new scientist generation, committed to the solutions to the world problems aiming a better quality of life for humankind.
|Topic:||divulgation of chemical sciences||Audience:||general public, school children, students, tertiary education, educators, regional, brazil, secondary schools|