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Development of an Organic Reagent Collaboration Kkaustubh Kkaustubh | added on Jan 19, 2012 A reagent must be developed to help synthesize and create and interconvert the molecules of varied functional groups in usage with minimum amount of energy and temperature and allowing more speedier reactions.
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”!!
A solution for plastics Collaboration Yedhu Krishnan | added on Nov 10, 2011 All the problems and health hazards caused by plastics should be taken to the minds of people ,especially to the youngster in a manner that they could get inspire to solve this burning issue and save our earth.they should be aware of its dangers so that they can invent a solution...
A Night of Chemistry Carols Collaboration Squid Bait | added on Nov 10, 2011 Gather friends and family for the season finale of the International Year of Chemistry. Email email@example.com for songlist
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.
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