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Chemistry and mushrooms Suggestion Monique Brunet | added on Jul 20, 2010 During the 2011 exhibition, in October, a place will be reserved to present the most toxic mushrooms and plants, the main families of molecules they contain and the effect on the heath.
|Topic:||exhibition, conferences||Audience:||general public, students, scientists|
GREEN CHEMISTRY: THE CHEMISTRY OF FUTURE! Suggestion Thierry Talou | added on Jul 20, 2010 To promote the « CHEMISTRY OF FUTURE » among researchers and students of EuroCampus Pyrénees Meditérannée
|Topic:||green chemistry, calendar||Audience:||students, scientists|
THE TUESDAYS’ CHEMISTRY AT LLG Suggestion Brigitte Proust | added on Jul 20, 2010 Every month, on Tuesday evening, a scientist is invited at the Lycée Louis-le-Grand to share his favourite works around a chemical actuality theme.
|Topic:||conferences||Audience:||general public, high scool students, students|
IYC Activities in Indonesia Collaboration Yessi Permana | added on Jul 07, 2010 This is a brief description of planned activities carried out by the Indonesian Chemical Society to celebrate the IYC 2011.
Symposium of Green Chemistry in the CECyT 15 Suggestion David Yafté Díaz-Sánchez | added on Jun 08, 2010 A symposium about "Green Chemistry" in the CECyT 15, inviting the people dedicated to the chemistry, to taking part in this event.
|Topic:||green chemistry.||Audience:||students, scientists, teachers, professional chemists.|