International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Visualize the application of chemistry and publish in common websites like youtube Collaboration Collaboration Ramanathan E   |   added on Dec 23, 2010 Let us visualize the important concepts and applications of chemistry and publish in common websites like youtube throughout the year.
Topic: chemistry animation, visuals, youtube movie clips, digital chemistry, chemistry in daily life, chemistry olympiad Audience: teachers, students, chemistry, researchers, chemists, elearning, animation, professors

A monthly series on contribution of Chemists/chemical technologists from Goa, India Suggestion Suggestion Nandkumar Kamat   |   added on Dec 16, 2010 I would be writing a series of articles the whole year to create awareness on IYC-2011 in Goa's major 47 years old English news magazine Goa Today which is subscribed in 64 countries. Famous Goan chemists would be introduced to the world.
Topic: history of chemistry Audience: general public, students, school children, secondary schools, high schools, educators, teachers, tertiary education, iyc enthusiasts, post graduate students, researchers, post secondary students

Miss Discussion 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

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

Atmospheric Chemistry: Urban, regional and global Collaboration Collaboration Antonio Miguel   |   added on Nov 18, 2010 Analytical instrumentation development for the characterization of the toxic aerosol present in the troposphere can provide an arsenal of inexpensive online, near real-time, and lab-on-a-chip techniques used to evaluate their impact on human exposure and climate change.
Topic: workshops, meetings, specialty conferences, hands-on courses, experiemnts, seminars, climate change, human exposure, modeling, environment, air quality Audience: scientists and engineers, researchers, decision and policy makers, modelers