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One Million IMPACTING Two Hundred Million Collaboration Sydney Kloppers | added on Dec 02, 2011 This project is focusing on the further development of NATURAL SCIENCE & CHEMISTRY in junior and high schools in developing nations around the World over the next 10 years at least, and we have called the project “One Million IMPACTING Two Hundred Million”!!
Honoring Clara Immerwahr: a heroine of chemistry and humanity Collaboration Pierre Waithe | added on Nov 30, 2011 Clara Immerwahr is a German chemist who took a lone but courageous stand against her nation and her infamous husband/rival, famed chemist Fritz Haber in opposition to chemical warfare during World War One.
A doubt Suggestion Lucas Holanda | added on Nov 09, 2011 The topic is about the preservation of food, seeking a better way to preserve food without harmful microbes.
|Topic:||experiments||Audience:||students, teachers, scientists, high schools, professional chemists, post graduate students, post secondary students|
Chemistry club in every school Collaboration Mohamed wessim Mahouachi | added on Nov 04, 2011 Every child in this earth has the right to know that chemistry is very imporatnt in our daily life and it's very useful
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|