International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Chemical science is for everyone, knows a little more ..... Suggestion Suggestion Pedro Falcón estrada   |   added on Jul 28, 2010 My idea is to present an overview about the major chemicals through history, their contributions to science, a little of his life and how the world has changed from the dates recognized by science. Develop a book, of leading scientists that have existed, or perhaps a book where it shows a very simple, the work that was aw
Topic: conferences, history of chemistry, presentations, seminars, drawing competition Audience: professional chemists., students, general public, secondary schools, high schools, educators, tertiary education, regional, post graduate students, primary schools, international, iyc enthusiasts

Symposium of Green Chemistry in the CECyT 15 Suggestion 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.