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Need fund for Celebration of Year Iinternational of Chimistry _ Gabon Suggestion Karl Elvis Nsumbu Mba | added on Aug 08, 2011 About the celebration of the International Year of Chemistry, our youth organization called Forum des Jeunes du Gabon wishes get involved in november 2011 to achieve two-day reflections on the chemistry, physics and space at the location of pupils and students .
|Topic:||engaging the youth, hands-on activities, workshops, conferences, exhibition, seminars||Audience:||students, general public, secondary schools, teachers, international, professional chemists.|
IYC TV Commercial Suggestion Ivan Faria | added on Aug 05, 2011 Communication to evolve.
Awareness for all youth & students for the IYC Suggestion Ihab Yahia | added on Jul 10, 2011 Start a volunteer campaign in Universities and faculties for spreading the IYC awareness
|Topic:||engaging the youth, workshops, exhibition, seminars||Audience:||general public, students, secondary schools, teachers, high schools, school children, primary schools, post secondary students, regional, post graduate students|
DISCUSS FOR SOLUTIONS Discussion Yash Agrawal | added on Jul 09, 2011 Let us come together to contribute in our small ways....
The Alchemy of Change 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|