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Awareness regarding use of alternative and better fuels Suggestion Shrivallabh Kamat | added on Sep 08, 2011 Awareness amongst students, teachers and general public regarding the use of alternative and better fuels
|Topic:||presentations, environment, climate change||Audience:||students, teachers, scientists, researchers, decision makers, general public|
3rd Quarter Chemistry Fashion Show Collaboration Squid Bait | added on Aug 28, 2011 What better way to get the general public and kids interested in chemistry than with a chemistry fashion show.
Pen palling between children participating in the IYC Collaboration Patricia Carabelli | added on Aug 27, 2011 Foster interaction among children which are participating in the IYC. If any one is interested, we may exchange emails. We are in a Primary School in Montevideo, Uruguay, South America
|Topic:||engaging the youth, presentations||Audience:||students, teachers, school children, educators, primary schools|
The importance of the chemistry in our Life Suggestion Julio Meneses | added on Aug 18, 2011 Everything around us is chemistry. The clothes that we use, the food that we eat, the gasoline that we use to drive our cars, sometimes we don´t realize the importance of a chemist in the industry, we are part of the scientists that chance the world.
|Topic:||experiments, conferences, presentations, history of chemistry, exhibition, science fair, chemistry olympiad, periodic table||Audience:||students, general public, teachers, scientists, iyc enthusiasts, international, global, decision makers|