International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Founding an international IUPAC young chemists network Collaboration Collaboration Michael Scherzer   |   added on Mar 02, 2010 Founding an international network for young chemists
Topic: network Audience: students, professional chemists

ChemistryTV Suggestion Suggestion Indra Yudhipratama   |   added on Feb 26, 2010 An international TV channel about chemistry
Topic: engaging the youth Audience: global, general public

Early Chemistry Education For Junior High School Suggestion Suggestion Indra Yudhipratama   |   added on Feb 17, 2010 Start to educate the earlier age to know basic of chemistry
Topic: engaging the youth Audience: educators, secondary schools

Event to now the relation between the chemistry and our live Suggestion Suggestion Cris Herbas   |   added on Feb 08, 2010 Organize an event where you do know that the science of chemistry is involved in all our surroundings, in the human body, metabolism, food, materials and is part of our lives.
Topic: climate change, water quality, hands-on activities Audience: general public, school children

Geocaching, IYC-2011 Discussion Discussion Tom Adamsen   |   added on Feb 05, 2010 The whole periodic table of elements, with each element released as a geocache (IYC2011 - <element>)
Topic: game, engaging the youth, international, periodic table Audience: students, general public, regional, norway, educators