International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Kitting out a science classroom for The City of Kumasi School in Ghana Suggestion 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

Exhibition concerning the importance and imminent need for chemistry in social and everyday life. Collaboration Collaboration Hichem Abassi   |   added on Nov 27, 2010 sort of science fair or scientific experience accessible to everyone but too valuable to everyone,so no one will get bored or will negligate this very important event ,the year of chemistry.
Topic: hands-on activities, workshops, conferences, experiments, exhibition, engaging the youth, climate change, history of chemistry, science fair, seminars, show, play, competition, presentations, chemistry olympiad, game, drawing competition, water quality, periodic table, environment Audience: general public, students, secondary schools, school children, high schools, scientists, educators, post graduate students, international, regional, primary schools, tertiary education, teachers, professional chemists, iyc enthusiasts, global, researchers, decision makers, post secondary students

Partnership And Education Chemistry Collaboration Collaboration Muhammad Dailami   |   added on Nov 13, 2010 in celebrating the international chemical-year 2011, it would be nice if held Partnership and education student from the university in the world. This activity is filled with training, materials on chemistry, and chemistry research currently being famous.
Topic: experiments Audience: general public, scientists, professional chemists, tertiary education, researchers, global, regional, international, post graduate students

Celebrating the International Year of Chemistry through the beauty of Classical Music Collaboration Collaboration Kaye Lim   |   added on Nov 03, 2010 LANXESS is prroud sponsor of the LANXESS SNYO CLASSIC, in collaboration with the Singapore National Youth Orchestra. Our aim is to nurture youth through the beauty of classical music, making them ambassadors to the world though the international language of music.
Topic: engaging the youth Audience: general public, decision makers, students, educators, scientists, professional chemists, teachers, tertiary education, primary schools, iyc enthusiasts, international, regional, post graduate students, global, researchers, post secondary students, secondary schools, school children

Mr Collaboration 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