International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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100th Anniversary of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry Awarded to Madame Marie Curie Jean-Pierre Vairon   |   added on Nov 27, 2010    |    France A French -Polish celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry awarded to Madame Marie Curie will be held in La Sorbonne the day following the Official IYC Opening in UNESCO, on January 29, 2011
Topic: marie skłodowska curie, marie curie, polonium, radium Audience: students, teachers, secondary school students, general public

Human Touch Of Chemistry Sujit Patil   |   added on Nov 23, 2010    |    India We love Chemistry! So we created www.humantouchofchemistry.com. Aimed at kids and chemistry enthusiasts, it will refresh the audiences with the long forgotten wonders of Chemistry. The platform celebrates chemistry and how it touches us in every day life.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, networking, educational materials, hands-on activities, workshops, sustainable and green chemistry, competition, demonstrations, analytical chemistry, science fair, publications, website, biotechnology, references Audience: students, professional chemists, educators, industrial chemists, general public, professors, universities, post graduate students, teachers, decision makers, research scientists, women chemists, tertiary education, educational institutions, secondary school students, high schools, school children

QUIMICÓMICO David Cruz   |   added on Nov 20, 2010    |    Portugal The Theatre company Encerrado para Obras is creating a new show associated to the Chemistry theme. This project is beeing done in cooperation with Exploratório - Centro Ciência Viva de Coimbra, and will make its premiere in the world theatre day, march 27.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, hands-on activities, chemistry shows Audience: secondary school students, tertiary education, educators

Attractive Science Park on Catalyst and Related Chemistry Hiromi Yamashita   |   added on Nov 20, 2010    |    Japan “Attractive Science Park on Catalyst and Related Chemistry” is an event with chemical experiment shows and exhibitions for school children and their family to promote the understanding and interest on the catalyst and related chemistry.
Topic: hands-on activities, science fair Audience: students, educators, teachers, secondary school students, school children, high schools

ReferEEIng QLD chemistry Daniel Bischa   |   added on Nov 20, 2010    |    Australia A project to showcase Queensland (QLD) senior chemistry students' Extended Experimental Investigations (EEI's) in a refereed online journal. Teachers of chemistry in QLD will be able to use the journal as an exemplar to show their class exceptional EEI reports. High school students will develop links with practicing chemists.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, networking, educational materials, competition, publications Audience: educational institutions, teachers, professional chemists, educators, research scientists, secondary school students