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Biofilms: Friend or Foe?
Antje Teegler | added on Mar 24, 2011 | Germany
Researchers & industry representatives from disciplines such as biochemistry, engineering, microbiology, physics, computer science and surface science will meet in order to integrate their contribution and to increase the understanding of biofilm development as well as to explore potential beneficial applications of biofilms.
Molecular Pharmacology & Drug Design
Sushilee Ranganathan | added on Mar 22, 2011 | United States
This is a blog for students and teachers of chemistry, biochemistry,Computer Aided Drug Design, Molecular Modeling, Medicinal Chemistry, and proteomics.
IYC & the Glasgow Insight into Science and Technology
Craig Mcinnes | added on Mar 21, 2011 | United Kingdom
Publicize The International Year of Chemistry through a short science communication article published on the GIST's website (www.the-gist.org), and other forums.
UNESCO Contest of Writings Works and Drawings of the World Science Day for Peace and Development
Fernanda Velloso | added on Mar 16, 2011 | Brazil
Target to high school students, the competition has two categories: Drawings and Writings Works. This initiative is promoted by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in collaboration with institutions in the areas of education and science.
Science Hideout Chemistry Website
Dean Jarois | added on Mar 16, 2011 | United States
www.Sciencehideout.net is dedicated to chemical education. It is a family friendly, safe environment to learn about chemistry and watch videos on experiments.