International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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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

why there is no chemisty clubs in the preparatory ?? Suggestion 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?
Topic: history of chemistry, hands-on activities, workshops, conferences, exhibition, experiments, competition, seminars, presentations, chemistry olympiad Audience: teachers, tertiary education, students, general public, scientists, educators, decision makers

future of chemistry in 3rd world countries Suggestion Suggestion Faizan Haider   |   added on Oct 29, 2010 IYC or IUPAC should do something for the development and future of chemistry in under developed countries like pakistan etc.
Topic: workshops, conferences, exhibition, engaging the youth, experiments, science fair, history of chemistry, seminars, chemistry olympiad Audience: secondary schools, scientists, educators, professional chemists, teachers, tertiary education, primary schools, iyc enthusiasts, researchers, decision makers, post secondary students

Circle of conferences for the development of new scientist on Mexico Collaboration Collaboration Alejandro Andrade   |   added on Oct 19, 2010 The main idea is to show young people that science is an exciting way to live our life, it's a legacy of noble acts that improves the human kind.
Topic: exhibition, engaging the youth, climate change, show, seminars, environment, life style Audience: general public, students, high schools, professional chemists, teachers, tertiary education

CHEMISTRY WORLD YOUTH CONGRESS Collaboration Collaboration Jorge Ruiz-Davila   |   added on Oct 15, 2010 We have started the national and international promotion of this important event at our University, Peru and other countries
Topic: hands-on activities, conferences, workshops, exhibition, experiments, engaging the youth, science fair, climate change, presentations Audience: students, secondary schools, school children, scientists, high schools, educators, professional chemists, teachers, tertiary education