International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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GA/GI Festival Geek + Art + Green Innovation Collaboration Collaboration Chirstine Bethea   |   added on Feb 04, 2011 Event with unique people and projects in the tech, art and eco industries
Topic: hands-on activities, workshops, experiments, engaging the youth, conferences, exhibition, presentations, environment, show Audience: general public, students, secondary schools, high schools, scientists, educators, professional chemists, primary schools, iyc enthusiasts, researchers, global

International Year of Chemistry 2011 (HK) Official Website Collaboration 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
Topic: demonstrations, workshops, experiments, conferences, engaging the youth, history of chemistry, exhibition, presentations, science fair, climate change, competition, chemistry olympiad, seminars, environment, show, game, play, periodic table, water quality, drawing competition, scheme Audience: general public, students, secondary schools, high schools, school children, scientists, teachers, educators, professional chemists, tertiary education, primary schools, iyc enthusiasts, researchers, global, international, regional, post graduate students, decision makers, post secondary students, professional chemists.

Toward the Chemistry of Becoming Body Collaboration Collaboration Valentin Klyucharev   |   added on Jan 26, 2011 In my opinion, it would be a good thing to organize the special conference or symposium: “Toward the chemistry of becoming body.” In the framework of this forum one might discuss the modern design of complex matter chemistry and find ways to this field of chemical sciences, beginning at primary school.
Topic: complex matter chemistry, materials chemistry, conferences, workshops. Audience: professional chemists, researchers, teachers, educators, high schools, secondary schools, primary schools

Writing Popular Chemistry Article in Indonesia language Collaboration Collaboration Arli Aditya Parikesit   |   added on Jan 20, 2011 We encourage every Indonesian chemistry-enthusiast, from academics, scientist professional, students, or hobbyist, to submit your popular Chemistry article in Indonesian language at our popular science website,
Topic: engaging the youth, hands-on activities Audience: general public, students, secondary schools, high schools, scientists, teachers, educators, professional chemists, iyc enthusiasts, researchers, regional, post graduate students

Nanotechnolgy and Creative Future of Chemistry Collaboration 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.