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Conference cycle « Cellulose, the intelligent raw material for the XXI century » Suggestion Daniel Samain | added on Jul 20, 2010 In order to survive, we will have to enter into a new age, that of renewable resources. Among those, Cellulose with more than 80 billion tons bio-produced each year is, by far, the most abundant and the most versatile.
|Topic:||conferences||Audience:||general public, high schools, students, scientists|
The Mendeleyev agency, the Matchmaking agency for atoms and molecules in desperate quest for love. Suggestion Pierre Aldebert | added on Jul 20, 2010 Dmiti, the Freud of electronic Unconscious, will explain all that their affective lives are conditioned by their impulses (sorry by their electronic orbitals) and that his deep knowledge of atomic soul has brought him to define groups that encompass atoms which exhibit typical behaviour.
|Topic:||play||Audience:||general public, secondary schools, high schools, students, scientists|
Chemistry in All its States Suggestion Olivier Laugt | added on Jul 20, 2010 The activities and events organised by the students on the Master’s course in the Public Understanding of Science at the University of Bordeaux target a wide public
|Topic:||hands-on activities, exhibition, conferences||Audience:||general public, students, scientists|
Chemistry and mushrooms Suggestion Monique Brunet | added on Jul 20, 2010 During the 2011 exhibition, in October, a place will be reserved to present the most toxic mushrooms and plants, the main families of molecules they contain and the effect on the heath.
|Topic:||exhibition, conferences||Audience:||general public, students, scientists|