International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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The universe, the world, us = Chemistry Patricia Carabelli   |   added on Jan 04, 2011    |    Uruguay As an year round primary school project we will get engaged in learning about the universe, the world, us from a chemical point of view. This should allow primary school students to reflect about notions regarding diversity and whole
Topic: chemistry education, hands-on activities, analytical chemistry, demonstrations, science fair Audience: students, educators, teachers, educational institutions, secondary schools, secondary school students, school children, high schools, secondary schools students

Los Avances de la Química y su Impacto en la Sociedad (Chemistry and its Impact on Society) Bernardo Herradón   |   added on Jan 04, 2011    |    Spain Course addressed to general public, secondary school students and teachers as well as to anybody interested on the benefits of Chemistry for our lifes.
Topic: conferences, chemistry education, seminars, educational materials, hands-on activities Audience: general public, students, educators, teachers, secondary school students, graduate students

Have You Ever Wondered? (or how the mysteries of the world can be explained by chemistry) Carl Doige   |   added on Dec 28, 2010    |    Canada Dr. Joe Schwarcz, Director of McGill University’s Office for Science and Society, will give a public lecture entitled "Have you wondered.... (or how the mysteries of the world can be explained by chemistry)" at the Okanagan College, Vernon Campus, Vernon, British Columbia on February 10, 2011.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, seminars Audience: general public, students, teachers, educators, secondary school students

"Chemistry Matters": short, educational videos with 16 Nobel Laureates in Chemistry on Nobelprize.org Merci Olsson   |   added on Dec 27, 2010    |    Sweden “Chemistry is really the queen of the sciences. If there is any one subject that an educated person should know in the world, it is chemistry.” Roger Kornberg, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry 2006
Topic: celebrating chemistry, educational materials, website, nobel prize in chemistry Audience: students, professors, educators, general public, universities, teachers, educational institutions, tertiary education, secondary schools, secondary school students, high schools, graduate students

Virtual Periodic System Sérgio Henrique D. de Oliveira   |   added on Dec 22, 2010    |    Brazil It's a periodic system of chemistry elements in software, to interact the computer user with the chemistry.
Topic: chemistry education, educational materials, sustainable and green chemistry, science fair Audience: students, educators, school children, high schools, secondary school students, secondary schools, educational institutions, tertiary education