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Catalan Society of Chemistry new blog for IYC
Romà Tauler | added on Mar 28, 2011 | Spain
The Catalan Society of Chemistry, with the support of the Science and Technology Section of the Institut d'Estudis Catalans, wants to share with the scientific community the web site http://blocs.iec.cat/aiq2011/.
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.
Chemistry Made Simple for Public Appreciation and Attraction
Sam Kauba | added on Mar 26, 2011 | Papua New Guinea
The way forward is a collaboration of research projects crafted by ingenious concepts with predefined targets and unifying themes in Chemistry. All of the activities to commemorate, International Year of Chemistry 2011, shall be simple to foster public appreciation in Papua New Guinea.
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.
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.