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Future... What is needed Discussion Ivan Reznikov | added on May 25, 2011 I`ve found a quote. I want people to understand it. They should understand why science (chemistry in general) is needed in our life.
|Topic:||engaging the youth||Audience:||students, general public, secondary schools, scientists, high schools, school children, educators|
Organic Chemistry Collaboration Salman siddique Khan | added on May 22, 2011 this is an organic chemistry related "structure identifying along with experimenting with the identified compund" in which school children should be allowed to participate
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.
Chemical Art, a particular research of PHD position Collaboration Simon Raffy | added on May 19, 2011 Most of us try to use popular science for explain chemistry to the general public. It's not the only way : my goal is to fabricate chemical sculpture like dynamics systeme. We can fascinate the public with beautiful visual effect to increase there curiosity.
|Topic:||show, exhibition, experiments, presentations, art, sculpture, history of chemistry||Audience:||general public, students, teachers, scientists, global, professional chemists., international, iyc enthusiasts|