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Chemistry and our life Discussion Nadia Kandile | added on May 29, 2010 A round table discussion and lectures about the role of chemistry in our life
|Topic:||workshops||Audience:||students of the science clubes in al-ahram news paper in egypt|
" CHIM'île " (" CHEM'island ") Suggestion Jacqueline Abaul | added on May 17, 2010 The « CHIM’île » project aims at presenting different actions highlighting the topic "Chemistry and tropical environment".
|Topic:||exhibitions, workshops, conferences, tropical environment||Audience:||general public|
Invitation to CNRS laboratories Suggestion Séverine Martrenchard | added on May 12, 2010 The laboratories of CNRS will open their doors to the public.
|Topic:||visits, hands-on activities, workshops||Audience:||general public, school children, high schools, secondary schools|
Discovery of Chemistry in Pays de Loire Suggestion Sébastien Goeb | added on May 12, 2010 We’ll increase your awareness of various facets of chemistry through unexpected and play experiments.
|Topic:||experiments, workshops||Audience:||general public, school children, students, secondary schools|
Chemistry : Magical Science Suggestion J. S. Filhol | added on May 12, 2010 We’ll show, through presentations, chemistry’s facet that could be considered as magic by layperson
|Topic:||workshops, presentations||Audience:||general public, school children, students, scientists, educators, secondary schools|