Plan and share activities for IYC 2011
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In this section, your ideas for IYC2011 can start to become reality. Here, you can submit activities for consideration and, after a short review, they will be listed below and any related events will populate the IYC calendar. Activities listed here have a clearly defined theme and describe how, when, and where they will take place.
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New Trends in the Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds Alex Lyakhovnenko | added on Mar 12, 2011 | Russian Federation The II Conference on the Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds 25-30 April 2011 in Zheleznovodsk, Russia is conference for chemists. It is destined to unite and teach chemists, to let them share own experience and encourage further research.
Online Interactive Periodic Table Carolyn Riches | added on Mar 11, 2011 | United Kingdom This freely available educational resource is aimed at teachers and students. It is Syngenta’s first online contribution to the International Year of Chemistry.
|Topic:||chemistry education, educational materials, demonstrations, website||Audience:||students, educators, teachers, educational institutions, decision makers, secondary school students, high schools, secondary schools, secondary schools students|
Broadcasting to the World Sheehan Misko | added on Mar 10, 2011 | United States Broadcasting to the World: Bob Barrett, the host of public radio “The Health Show” will help us create a series of podcasts of interviews.
Science in the Arts Sheehan Misko | added on Mar 10, 2011 | United States Science in the Arts: Chemistry will be celebrated by exploring its story and impact as reflected in the arts.
"All Our Yesterdays" Sheehan Misko | added on Mar 10, 2011 | United States All our Yesterdays: The pace of technological progress in clinical laboratory testing has been rapid and the lifetime of most analyzers is less than 10 years. To document and capture a special aspect of the history of clinical laboratory testing, Larry Kricka and Peter Wilding initiated this long-term project.