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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.
A Day in the Life of a Clinical Chemist Laboratory Sheehan Misko | added on Mar 10, 2011 | United States Peter Wilding, now an emeritus Professor at the University of Pennsylvania, was an assistant professor at the University of Southern California and a young clinical chemist at the Los Angeles County Hospital. This film demonstrates the remarkable journey of our profession and the astonishing advances make in almost a century.
"Holi Hai!" - The chemistry of colour @ Ruparel College, Mumbai Arnab Bhattacharya | added on Mar 07, 2011 | India The festival of colour in India - Holi - is coming up on March 20. TIFR celebrates with a "chai and why?" science cafe on the chemistry of colour! Join our chemistry team do a lot of experiments to find out how things are coloured!
|Topic:||science café, demonstrations, hands-on activities, educational||Audience:||students, general public, school children, teachers|
Australian National Chemical Analysis Competition Ruth Meaney | added on Mar 02, 2011 | Australia The competition encourages students who enjoy Chemistry - especially practical Chemistry. Entrants compete in teams of three. Each team member performs a simple acid-base titration. A NaOH solution is standardised against standard HCl. An "unknown" acetic acid solution is then titrated with the NaOH solution.