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Inorganic Chemsitry I course in the University of Jordan Suggestion Murad Aldamen | added on Apr 15, 2011 http://www.ju.edu.jo/Elearning/Elearning/Pages/PublishedEc/chimistry/intro.swf
|Topic:||engaging the youth||Audience:||educators, teachers, high schools, primary schools, international|
Polymer Education Collaboration Christopher Ober | added on Apr 08, 2011 A web site designed to provide information on polymer chemistry, videos on famous polymer scientists and links of educational content related to polymers.
|Topic:||videos, contests, engaging the youth, conferences||Audience:||general public, students, secondary schools, high schools, teachers|
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|
Planet Science Collaboration Valentín Ayesa | added on Mar 31, 2011 The House Science Sevilla (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas CSIC) working with the Task Ludociencia to create a museum for the public school and family. For this year 2011, coinciding with the commemoration of International Year of Chemistry we have created interactive activities with the Fun Science method
|Topic:||conferences, periodic table, presentations, science fair, climate change, competition, show, history of chemistry||Audience:||students, school children, high schools, teachers, educators, professional chemists|