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IYC TV Commercial Suggestion Ivan Faria | added on Aug 05, 2011 Communication to evolve.
how can we make chemistry more interesting..??? Suggestion Raj Shah | added on Jul 28, 2011 there are many people in the world who do not understand chemistry....chemistry should be made more easy, interesting and fun living......how can these be done...???
|Topic:||engaging the youth||Audience:||students, general public, teachers, scientists, international|
Chemistry and Poland Suggestion Marcin Chlystun | added on Jul 20, 2011 The next 6 months between July 2011 and December 2011 are under Polish Presidency of the European Union. This is perhaps a good moment to turn the attention to the Polish Embassy in Kenya for collaboration on prospective projects promoting chemistry.
|Topic:||engaging the youth, history of chemistry, chemistry olympiad||Audience:||students, teachers, scientists, professional chemists, researchers, decision makers|
chemistry assistance in central africa Suggestion Ilunga Nsenga | added on Jul 11, 2011 increasing of assistance in to people in central africa trough chemistry
|Topic:||water quality, environment||Audience:||students|
Awareness for all youth & students for the IYC Suggestion Ihab Yahia | added on Jul 10, 2011 Start a volunteer campaign in Universities and faculties for spreading the IYC awareness
|Topic:||engaging the youth, workshops, exhibition, seminars||Audience:||general public, students, secondary schools, teachers, high schools, school children, primary schools, post secondary students, regional, post graduate students|