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DTSC: Celebrating Chemistry and IYC 2011 in California Discussion Jim Wasserman | added on Jun 15, 2011 In Berkeley, Cal/EPA's Department of Toxic Substances Control brought together scientists from throughout California to celebrate IYC 2011 and discuss their professional journeys and careers in chemistry.
|Topic:||engaging the youth, conferences, history of chemistry, environment||Audience:||scientists, professional chemists, students, iyc enthusiasts, researchers, global|
www.ingineriechimica.ro Collaboration Romeo R RACZ | added on Jun 11, 2011 Romanian chemical engineering platform !
Semana de la Quimica Collaboration Bernardo Cordero | added on Jun 06, 2011 El coordinador del Capitulo de ECUADOR, está activando a una amplia RED para celebrar el año de la Química en nuestro País con la organización conjunta de UNA SEMANA DE LA QUIMICA, con fondos y auspicios propios de cada evento pero con una sola PUBLICIDAD, FORMATO, OBJETIVO y MEDIOS PUBLICITARIOS
increase the ability for everyone from the ideas of Youth Suggestion Siti syamsiyah Zainal | added on May 30, 2011 i wanna share, i like teaching and sharing some science, so from my hobby i can share for everyone. i always teach in all place in my hometown and it's free..
|Topic:||conferences, environment, engaging the youth, hands-on activities||Audience:||international, educators, school children|
Letters to a Young Chemist Discussion Abhik Ghosh | added on May 21, 2011 Written by senior statesmen of the field and up-and-coming younger chemists, this book presents unique insights into what it means to be a chemist. The 17 chapters are written in the form of letters to a Angela, a hypothetical undergraduate in San Diego, California, who is considering a potential career as a chemist.