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Fun Chemistry Suggestion Hussam Riad | added on Nov 13, 2010 Make all chemistry experiment funny
|Topic:||workshops, conferences, chemistry olympiad, experiments||Audience:||students, secondary schools, school children, high schools, primary schools|
Partnership And Education Chemistry 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|
Chemistry Theater Collaboration Konstantin Doktorov | added on Nov 02, 2010 Visual and Music effects with artistic playing experiments.
|Topic:||science fair, play, engaging the youth, experiments, history of chemistry||Audience:||general public, school children, high schools, tertiary education|
why there is no chemisty clubs in the preparatory ?? Suggestion Hichem Abassi | added on Nov 01, 2010 chemistry is very well studied in prep cycles, but if we can't love what we do, we won't do it well..would we?
Life on the University's Chemical Faculty Suggestion Patrik Čermák | added on Oct 31, 2010 Short term attachment of secondary and high school students on the University's Chemical Faculty.
|Topic:||engaging the youth, experiments, seminars, presentations||Audience:||students, secondary schools, high schools|