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Green Chemistry in the Arab Region Collaboration Ziad Khalifa | added on Apr 06, 2011 The Objective of our initiative is to provide a macroeconomic analysis of policy reforms and investments to the Arab region in green sectors and in greening brown sectors. The initiative will assess how sectors such as renewable energies, clean ans efficient technologies, water services ans sustainable agriculture can contribu
Celebrate International Year of Chemistry : Start your chemistry blog Collaboration Chemcrowd Aministrator | added on Feb 15, 2011 Celebrate International Year of Chemistry : Start your chemistry blog with http://chemcrowd.net and get firstname.lastname@example.org and webaddress yourblog.chemcrow.net
International Year of Chemistry 2011 (HK) Official Website Collaboration Chi yan, stephen Cheung | added on Feb 01, 2011 Official website has been deployed by Hong Kong Education City Limited in collaboration with parties aiming to keep all informed about latest news of local and global IYC; make recommendation and list out all programmes to be taken place in Hong Kong; upload related resources, facilitate idea exchange via Forum
Nanotechnolgy and Creative Future of Chemistry Collaboration Parvinder Singh | added on Jan 20, 2011 National Conference on nanotechnology and Creative Future of Chemistry likely to held in October 2011 in Chandigarh
|Topic:||conferences, presentations, seminars, drawing competition||Audience:||students, scientists, teachers, educators, researchers, post graduate students, professional chemists.|
Lab Display Suggestion Eslon Wafihwaieh | added on Jan 19, 2011 Laboratory Activities must be done in an open area so any body can come to see how it is done