International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Glowstick design world record Suggestion Suggestion Normand Voyer   |   added on Feb 22, 2012 glowsticks fun ...
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organic chemistry Suggestion Suggestion Sagar Saxena   |   added on Feb 02, 2012 Organic chemistry is a huge part of chemistry.I think that it would be a good idea to increase the awareness in people about its relationship to Biology.Especially the medicine industry.Molecular synthesis too must be well learnt by the interested people.
Topic: competition, chemistry olympiad, drawing competition Audience: students, iyc enthusiasts, school children

Periodic Table Suggestion Suggestion Mahendra pratap Choudhary   |   added on Jan 12, 2012 Periodic Table is the heart of chemistry and if it is explained to the students in their younger age, it will be easier for them to learn and memorize it.
Topic: periodic table Audience: students, teachers, scientists, researchers

Periodic Table Suggestion Suggestion Mahendra pratap Choudhary   |   added on Jan 12, 2012 Periodic Table is the heart of chemistry and if it is explained to the students in their younger age, it will be easier for them to learn and memorize it.
Topic: periodic table Audience: students, teachers, scientists, researchers

Great Science Video Presentation Suggestion Suggestion Jenifer Robinson   |   added on Jan 04, 2012 The class is divided into groups of 5. Then each group is given a theme and a subtheme based on which the group will have to give a presentation with the experiment demonstration, explanation, etc with the assistance of a mentor. This is a competition we have designed in our school to celebrate IYC.
Topic: experiments Audience: students, teachers