International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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National contest: "Les futurs chimistes de Haiti" Mardochée Réveil   |   added on Jan 11, 2011    |    Haiti It is a contest for high school students of Haiti. The participants will answer questions about general and mineral chemistry and about the history of this science. The contest will be conducted by department. Each school will have a representative student and the best of all will be honored and rewarded.
Topic: competition, chemistry, celebrating chemistry Audience: high schools, secondary school students

View the ACS' IYC Webinar Liezl Perez   |   added on Jan 11, 2011    |    United States Did you miss our recent IYC webinar? If so, view the recorded webinar to get tips, find resources and activities you or your local section can engage in to celebrate IYC 2011.
Topic: iyc webinar resources activties, chemistry education, educational materials, hands-on activities, demonstrations Audience: professional chemists, students, professors, general public, educators, industrial chemists, universities, post graduate students, teachers, women chemists, educational institutions, tertiary education, secondary school students, secondary schools, school children, high schools, secondary schools students

Twitter Fala Química (Talk Chemistry) Edson Minatti   |   added on Jan 11, 2011    |    Brazil A channel of rapid communication to young chemists, students and people interested in Chemistry through the Twitter service. Fala Quimica (which stands for talk Chemistry) is the first channel of Chemistry in Brazil on Twitter. It has more than 1000 followers and has diffused the IYC by its posts since the beggining.
Topic: chemistry education, educational materials, publications Audience: students, professional chemists, professors, general public, educators, research scientists, secondary school students

A Chemistry Project and Workshop for Young Students Tarek Ibrahim   |   added on Jan 11, 2011    |    Egypt A chemistry project and workshop for young students to encourage them to begin their own research and projects in chemistry.
Topic: chemistry education, seminars, educational materials, hands-on activities, workshops, demonstrations, science fair Audience: students, general public, educators, teachers, educational institutions, tertiary education, secondary school students, secondary schools, school children, high schools, secondary schools students

A Special Issue of Chemistry International Magazine Devoted to Marie Curie Chris Brouwer   |   added on Jan 10, 2011    |    United States IUPAC has published a special issue of Chemistry International magazine devoted entirely to Marie Curie. This special 48-page, 12 article issue (Jan-Feb 2011 CI, vol. 33, issue 1) will be distributed widely throughout the year beginning with the Opening Ceremony in Paris on January 27.
Topic: women in chemistry, educational materials, publications Audience: students, professional chemists, general public, professors, educators, industrial chemists, teachers, universities, women chemists, educational institutions, tertiary education, secondary school students