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Fourteenth Award Ceremony of the Australian National Chemistry Quiz Competition _ N.M. Sanjaya Hettigedara | added on Mar 05, 2011 | Sri Lanka The Fourteenth Award Ceremony was held on the occasion of celebrating IYC 2011. A large number of students, general public, and industrialists witnessed the occasion.
Chemistry - our life, our future -- Science Week in Khartoum Ahmad Sinada | added on Mar 04, 2011 | Sudan Chemical Society will hold celebrate the Year of Chemistry in the Science Week of the Faculty of Science, which will contain lectures in various scientific disciplines chemical and seminars, exhibitions, workshops and a variety of cultural programs. And that, starting from day 22 until 26 of March.
Meet The Universities Jemma Pyle | added on Mar 03, 2011 | United Kingdom Meet the Universities
|Topic:||celebrating chemistry, chemistry education||Audience:||students, general public, educators, teachers, educational institutions, secondary school students, high schools, secondary schools, school children, secondary schools students|
Skin Deep lecture series Zoe Beck | added on Mar 03, 2011 | United Kingdom An exciting series of Fashion Science talks by eminent scientists on diverse subjects related to human skin.
The Rare Earth Chemical Element Card Game Jim Macdonald | added on Mar 02, 2011 | Canada The Rare Earth Chemical Element Card Game is a new game designed to teach middle school and high school students the fundamentals of the periodic table.