International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Chemistry of Wine Elmer Ledesma   |   added on Apr 01, 2011    |    United States The talk will include an overview of wine and wine making and more detailed descriptions of the chemical composition of grapes and wine, laboratory methods for analysis of grapes and wines, sensory and organoleptic methods used for wine, the role of tannin and other phenolic compounds in wine, and some potential health aspects
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, hands-on activities, workshops, demonstrations, analytical chemistry Audience: students, professional chemists, professors, general public, educators, research scientists, industrial chemists, universities, teachers, post graduate students, women chemists, educational institutions, tertiary education

Lenses, Outer Space, and Ecology Jacob Cox   |   added on Mar 29, 2011    |    United States We will be discussing the role chemistry has in eyeglass lenses, outer space exploration and ecology. As well as chemistry's importance in our gathering of knowledge on earth to the stars.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education Audience: general public, high schools, students, women chemists, research scientists, industrial chemists, professional chemists, professors

Lake-Sumter Community College Celebrates IYC 2011 Katie Roles   |   added on Mar 27, 2011    |    United States On April 5th, 2011, Lake-Sumter Community College South Lake Branch Chem. Depart. presents a celebration of IYC for its students, faculty, and staff. Participants will enjoy eight worlds of chemistry through hands on experiments, demonstrations, and food. All worlds show the importance of chemistry in everyday life.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, educational materials, hands-on activities, sustainable and green chemistry, demonstrations, website Audience: students, professors, educators, women chemists, educational institutions, tertiary education

Chemistry and the Environment Walter Giger   |   added on Mar 25, 2011    |    Switzerland The International Conference on Chemistry and the Environment (ICCE 2011) is the 13th biannual conference organized by the Division of Chemistry and the Environment (DCE) of the European Association of Chemical and Molecular Sciences (EuCheMS). It will be held from 11 to 15 September 2011 at ETH in Zurich, Switzerland.
Topic: conferences, networking, workshops Audience: environmental scientists, students, professional chemists, general public, professors, research scientists, industrial chemists, universities, post graduate students, women chemists, decision makers

Natural Products Chemistry, Biology and Medicine Antje Teegler   |   added on Mar 24, 2011    |    Italy COST is celebrating the International Year of Chemistry with its fourth edition of the COST-ESF High-level Research Conference series on Natural Products that will take place in September 2011 in Italy.
Topic: conferences, networking, publications Audience: students, professional chemists, professors, research scientists, industrial chemists, universities, post graduate students, women chemists