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Exothermic Reactions are HOT Suggestion Neville Fraser | added on Oct 27, 2010 a day making model rockets and exploring how the various types of motors work
|Topic:||hands-on activities, engaging the youth||Audience:||students, primary schools|
CHEMISTRY WORLD YOUTH CONGRESS Collaboration Jorge Ruiz-Davila | added on Oct 15, 2010 We have started the national and international promotion of this important event at our University, Peru and other countries
Mr Collaboration Fastino Madzima | added on Oct 09, 2010 supporting global experiment
|Topic:||hands-on activities, experiments, water quality, presentations||Audience:||professional chemists, international, regional, iyc enthusiasts, global, decision makers|
Chemistry wekend for children between 7- 12 years Discussion Marian Asantewah Nkansah | added on Oct 07, 2010 Children in the range of 7- 12 years will gather at an amusement park where simple but colourful scientific experiments are performed in groups. some of the activities on this site could be tried. http://scifun.chem.wisc.edu/homeexpts/homeexpts.html
|Topic:||hands-on activities, workshops, experiments, play, game||Audience:||school children, educators, teachers, primary schools|
Chemistry, Cooking and Molecular Gastronomy Suggestion Michael Edmonds | added on Sep 27, 2010 A practical demonstration/lecture of how chemistry helps us understand food and how chemistry has helped develop the exciting science/art of molecular gastronomy. With fun practical demonstrations and tastings
|Topic:||hands-on activities, workshops||Audience:||general public|