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Chemical science is for everyone, knows a little more ..... Suggestion Pedro Falcón estrada | added on Jul 28, 2010 My idea is to present an overview about the major chemicals through history, their contributions to science, a little of his life and how the world has changed from the dates recognized by science. Develop a book, of leading scientists that have existed, or perhaps a book where it shows a very simple, the work that was aw
safety world with Green Chemistry Suggestion Elham Hosseini Bab Anari | added on Jul 12, 2010 The effect of research and results on environment
|Topic:||environment, climate change, water quality||Audience:||scientists, professional chemists, post graduate students, international|
|Topic:||game, engaging the youth, international, periodic table||Audience:||students, general public, regional, norway, educators|
Making this website a 2.0 experience Collaboration Javier Garcia-Martinez | added on Feb 03, 2010 Making chemistry2011.org a 2.0 experience by adding links to the main social networking sites. The Facebook IYC group has already ca. 600 active and motivated members, mainly young students from all around the World. Connecting the official IYC website with the 2.0 web will likely increase its impact, synergism and creativity
|Topic:||internet, engaging the youth, media, 2.0||Audience:||general public, youth, international, educators|
Chemistry courses Suggestion Albert Ahatov | added on Dec 31, 2009 This year i am planning to organize the chemistry courses for students of 5-6 grades from the schools of our city. Courses will be free