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Need ideas to celebrate a science anniversary in 2011? Suggestion Fabienne Meyers | added on Dec 14, 2010 Here is just a few key events from Timetables of Science:
|Topic:||history of chemistry||Audience:||iyc enthusiasts, teachers|
Lachimie.net Suggestion Ludovic Miseur | added on Dec 14, 2010 Promote chemistry for all young on the net : www.lachimie.net
|Topic:||chemistry teaching, courses, chemistry courses||Audience:||students, secondary schools, school children, scientists, educators, teachers, learling chemsitry, learn, explain|
Dr. Noha Elnagdi Suggestion Noha Elnagdi | added on Dec 10, 2010 Launching Chemistry Clubs
Kitting out a science classroom for The City of Kumasi School in Ghana Suggestion Victoria Chapman | added on Dec 07, 2010 Learning Link Ghana's ambitious 2011 project supported by Fitzwimarc School in Rayleigh in the UK is to kit out a classroom at The City of Kumasi School in Ghana, West Africa. Currently, science teaching is text-book based and children at the school miss out on the opportunity to experience chemistry through doing.
|Topic:||hands-on activities, engaging the youth, afica, ghana, charity, third sector, voluntary, experiments, children, lectures||Audience:||general public, students, secondary schools, high schools, scientists, educators, teachers, tertiary education, primary schools, press, global|
Miss Discussion Silindokuhle Mbonane | added on Dec 01, 2010 Chemistry focus week/ National chemisrty festival
|Topic:||Audience:||general public, students, secondary schools, school children, high schools, scientists, educators, professional chemists, teachers, tertiary education, primary schools, iyc enthusiasts, post secondary students, researchers|