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Green Chemistry in the Arab Region Collaboration Ziad Khalifa | added on Apr 06, 2011 The Objective of our initiative is to provide a macroeconomic analysis of policy reforms and investments to the Arab region in green sectors and in greening brown sectors. The initiative will assess how sectors such as renewable energies, clean ans efficient technologies, water services ans sustainable agriculture can contribu
IYC - Maloka - Colombia Suggestion Cristián Vargas | added on Apr 04, 2011 We are a nonprofit interactve museum with 12 years of experiencie about teaching young and not too young people.
|Topic:||history of chemistry, experiments, presentations, exhibition||Audience:||scientists, teachers, educators, professional chemists, tertiary education|
Understanding progress Suggestion Ivan Reznikov | added on Mar 29, 2011 How about making experiments, to show people the other side of the medal?
|Topic:||hands-on activities, experiments, presentations, environment, climate change, show||Audience:||students, general public, secondary schools, high schools, school children|
Screaming Jellybabies! Suggestion Matthew Burnett | added on Mar 18, 2011 One of the most exciting, easy to understand experiments!
|Topic:||hands-on activities, engaging the youth, experiments||Audience:||secondary schools, high schools, teachers, primary schools, educators, school children|
A Celebration of Chemistry Suggestion Katherine Stein | added on Mar 09, 2011 I am planning on inviting a 5th grade class to the high school for a "Celebration of Chemistry" Party. We will be doing lab activities around a party theme (balloons, candles, fireworks....).
|Topic:||hands-on activities, engaging the youth, experiments, play||Audience:||students, secondary schools, school children, educators|