International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Rallies by school and college students around the main areas of the area with awareness posters . Suggestion Suggestion Balasubramaniyan V.   |   added on Jan 10, 2011 We have around 200 schools and 35 colleges in our area . A massive rally along main areas with posters highlighting the contributions of chemistry to all aspects of human life, as well as the overall environment will be carried out here in Nashik.A moible van with exhibits will move into interior locations of the district.
Topic: rallies Audience: school and college students, teachers, parents, local industries, and city fathers

How can students be familiar with chemistry? Suggestion Suggestion Azita Masoumpour   |   added on Jan 09, 2011 I would recommend this year, in the school ‘s computer each week put interesting reading material about life and chemistry, new chemistry and chemistry education to increase information and make students be interested in learning chemistry. Students participate and enjoyed.
Topic: presentations Audience: students, high schools, teachers

Popchem Suggestion Suggestion Kishor Raje   |   added on Jan 07, 2011 Kitchen Chemistry , Rural/Urban Home Chemistry , Chemicals for Hygeine of Women and child Development.
Topic: Audience: schools, teachers, educators, colleges, and common public, women literacy

Foundation of the Mexican Society of Chemistry's Ex-olympics. Suggestion Suggestion David Yafté Díaz-Sánchez   |   added on Jan 02, 2011 The ex-olympics are a big group of mexican students who in past years participated in the National Chemistry Olympiad. The official creation of this society is a way of bringing together young chemists in Mexico.
Topic: competition, chemistry olympiad Audience: students, high schools, scientists, teachers, professional chemists., researchers

Periodic Quest Championship Tournaments in Chemistry Collaboration Collaboration Ravindran Pulyassary   |   added on Dec 30, 2010 Periodic Quest Card and Board Game for Local and Regional Championship Tournaments in Chemistry among middle and high school students.
Topic: hands-on activities, engaging the youth, competition, game, periodic table Audience: general public, students, secondary schools, school children, high schools, educators, teachers, tertiary education, iyc enthusiasts, regional