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Louis-Joseph Gay-Lussac Suggestion Michel Metrot | added on Jul 20, 2010 Show the importance of life citizen and jobs in physical appearance and in chemistry of our scholar Louis-Joseph Gay-Lussac
|Topic:||competition, exhibition||Audience:||general public, school children, high schools, secondary schools, scientists|
Essay Competition Suggestion Mohamed Jahangir Mohamed | added on May 19, 2010 Essay competition can make awareness
Periodic Puzzles ; the Competition - don't be afraid - enter! Collaboration Thomas Manning | added on Jan 10, 2010 Groups from around the world participate in a puzzle/chemistry competition. First competition (the warm up) is in March 2010.
4th Central American Chemistry Olympiad and the 2nd Caribbean Chemistry Olympiad Discussion Randall Syedd | added on Dec 15, 2009 Chemistry Olympiad, Costa Rica, Central American, Caribbean
|Topic:||competition, international, chemistry olympiad||Audience:||educators, tertiary education, teachers, secondary schools|
16th Iberoamerican Chemistry Olympiad Collaboration Sérgio Melo | added on Dec 14, 2009 Brazil will host the 16th edition of the Iberoamerican Chemistry Olympiad (OIAQ), a chemistry competition for secondary-school students. The 16th OIAQ will be held 18–26 September 2011 in Teresina, Brazil. The Ibero-American Chemistry Olympiad is a competition for students under the age of nineteen and not at university.
|Topic:||competition, chemistry olympiad||Audience:||international, secondary schools|