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Communicating Chemistry in Primetime and Online: A Workshop Report Suggestion Tina Masciangioli | added on Oct 11, 2011 A U.S. National Academies Chemical Sciences Roundtable workshop report that is available online for free throughout the world. It contains useful information and ideas for improving chemistry communication with general and technical audiences.
|Topic:||chemistry education, workshops, chemistry, publications||Audience:||professional chemists, prof, educators, teachers, decision makers|
Inauguration of the Marie Skłodowska Curie Conference Centre of ECHA Collaboration Virginia Mercouri | added on Oct 08, 2011 Under the auspices of the Polish Presidency of the European Union and UNESCO
|Topic:||history of chemistry, exhibition, engaging the youth||Audience:||students, teachers, scientists, professional chemists, educators, decision makers, post graduate students, post secondary students|
Science Weekends Suggestion Abhishek kumar Sinha | added on Sep 28, 2011 Every weekends should be dedicated to science. Chemistry in life should be discussed in home, school, locality and also on social networking sites.
Introduce Chemistry Earlier Suggestion Lauren Dennis | added on Sep 25, 2011 We need to introduce chemistry and all the sciences earlier in childrens lives but not viewed as an academic subject but also as an extra-curricula activity.
|Topic:||engaging the youth, hands-on activities||Audience:||school children, teachers, primary schools, iyc enthusiasts|