International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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French Stamp for IYC and 100th anniversary of Marie Curie's Nobel prize Suggestion Suggestion Nicole J. Moreau   |   added on Aug 19, 2010 Will the French Post Office celebrate IYC and release a stamp in 2011? ... we will have to see!
Topic: stamp Audience: general public

IYC Activities in Indonesia Collaboration Collaboration Yessi Permana   |   added on Jul 07, 2010 This is a brief description of planned activities carried out by the Indonesian Chemical Society to celebrate the IYC 2011.
Topic: science fair, periodic table, chemistry olympiad, exhibition, seminars, engaging the youth, conferences, stamp Audience: secondary schools, students, school children, educators, scientists, professional chemists, tertiary education, high schools, teachers, regional, post graduate students, iyc enthusiasts, global

Spanish Year Collaboration Collaboration Javier Garcia-Martinez   |   added on Nov 30, 2009 In 2007, Spain celebrated its Year of Science honoring Mendeleev in many different ways and choosing the Periodic Table, Mendeleev ‘s iconic legacy. This was an excellent opportunity to raise public awareness and promote science and technology.
Topic: drawing competition, periodic table, mendeleev, comics, stamp Audience: general public, school children