International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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The Alchemy of Change Suggestion Suggestion Cynthia Pannucci   |   added on Jun 24, 2011 We invite, via our current OPEN CALL, people involved in the field of Chemistry to share their unique visual images that bring the science [or art] of alchemic change to the viewer in powerful visceral ways.
Topic: exhibition Audience: educators, professional chemists, professors, researchers, iyc enthusiasts, international, global, post, teachers

DTSC: Celebrating Chemistry and IYC 2011 in California Discussion Discussion Jim Wasserman   |   added on Jun 15, 2011 In Berkeley, Cal/EPA's Department of Toxic Substances Control brought together scientists from throughout California to celebrate IYC 2011 and discuss their professional journeys and careers in chemistry.
Topic: engaging the youth, conferences, history of chemistry, environment Audience: scientists, professional chemists, students, iyc enthusiasts, researchers, global

www.ingineriechimica.ro Collaboration Collaboration Romeo R RACZ   |   added on Jun 11, 2011 Romanian chemical engineering platform !
Topic: experiments, conferences, science fair, environment, history of chemistry, periodic table Audience: general public, students, scientists, researchers, international, professional chemists., decision makers, post graduate students, educators, school children

Learn by seeing Suggestion Suggestion Ahmet İyİbİldİren   |   added on Jun 10, 2011 Small experiments, big adventures
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Mr. Discussion Discussion Hamisu Ibrahim   |   added on Jun 09, 2011 Organising talks on "Carrier Prospect in Chemistry"
Topic: presentations, what a chemist can do. Audience: students from high schools as well as first year students at the university.