International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Using Learning Technologies in Chemistry Teaching Suggestion Suggestion Symeon Retalis   |   added on Jun 05, 2011 The aim of this workshop is to demonstrate ways to make chemistry lesson more learning effective and stimulating to young children. Presentations by experienced teachers who use advaced learning technologies in their teaching practice, industrial vendors who create educational software for chemistry will be made.
Topic: workshops, educational software, didactics of chemistry Audience: industrial, scientists, parents, school children, decision makers, industrial vendors

Message from Mr.N.M.S.Hettigedera, Chairman, Steering Committee IYC 2011 National Secretariat (Sri Lanka) Collaboration Collaboration N.M. Sanjaya Hettigedara   |   added on May 21, 2011 IYC 2011 presents the best opportunity for us to go out and tell the world the true picture of chemistry and how chemistry has contributed to the well-being of humanity. It will also elevate the position of Chemistry profession. SL needs the support and involvement of the chemical industry and other relevant organizations.
Topic: hands-on activities, engaging the youth, experiments, workshops, conferences, presentations, competition, science fair, seminars, chemistry olympiad Audience: general public, scientists, educators, professional chemists, iyc enthusiasts, international, global, researchers, decision makers

The Biological Function of Endogenous N,N-Dimethyltryptamine Collaboration Collaboration Nikolaos Salassidis   |   added on May 15, 2011 {EF}=[(ab)+(cd)]=e=mc2
Topic: science fair, competition, environment, hands-on activities, water quality, experiments, workshops, chemistry olympiad, show, climate change, history of chemistry Audience: tertiary education, general public, professional chemists, post secondary students, international, scientists, high schools, teachers, decision makers, post graduate students, educators, regional, primary schools

Applying chemistry to society by youth Collaboration Collaboration Rahma Yanda   |   added on May 07, 2011 International activities doing by youth from around the world who have passion to participate. Kind of activities are applying chemistry solution for energy and environmental problems, guided by professional researcher and Youth who wants to join should be trained before doing their action to their society.
Topic: engaging the youth, workshops, environment, science fair, climate change, seminars, presentations, exhibition Audience: scientists, professional chemists, iyc enthusiasts, post graduate students

Egyptian conjugation between agriculture and chemistry workshop Collaboration Collaboration Rania Abd el-wahab   |   added on May 07, 2011 it'll be egyptian cermony and I hope that you'll agree and share in it.It's about the all fields of agriculture which the chemistry plays strong role of it,and we'll invite beside specialists,farmers and other public to talk with them about the main role of chemistry in the daily lifeand how we must understand it.
Topic: environment, climate change, workshops Audience: scientists, researchers, professional chemists, general public