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New Perspectives in Neurodegenerative Diseases and Cognition Jacqui Colgate | added on Feb 01, 2011 | United Kingdom This conference covers recent advances in the discovery and development of new drugs for the treatment of chronic neurodegenerative disease.
ChemistryViews IYC Video Contest Vera Koester | added on Jan 31, 2011 | Germany You are invited to submit a 3 min video on Chemistry in Everyday Life
Philip Ball 'Unnatural: The Heretical idea of Making People' Jacqui Colgate | added on Jan 26, 2011 | United Kingdom This question has been asked for many centuries, and has produced recipes ranging from the homunculus of the medieval alchemists and the clay golem of Jewish legend to Frankenstein’s monster and the mass-produced test-tube babies in Brave New World
UPLB ChemQuiz 2011 Rowell Abogado | added on Jan 25, 2011 | Philippines A tertiary-level, free quiz contest open to all students of the University of the Philippines - Los Banos who have genuine interest in Chemistry, with the theme: "Green Chemistry: Promoting an Eco-Friendly Chemical Industry."
|Topic:||chemistry, sustainable and green chemistry, quiz contest, chemical industry||Audience:||students, general public, industrial chemists, teachers, universities, educational institutions, tertiary education|
Images from the Dawn of Science - Observing the Origins of Modern Microscopy Jacqui Colgate | added on Jan 24, 2011 | United Kingdom Standard accounts have perpetuated the belief that single-lensed microscopes can generate only indistinct and chromatic images. Numerous attempts to reprise those pioneering experiments have recently been made by several technical groups, and their results have served to perpetuate this belief.
|Topic:||celebrating chemistry, chemistry education||Audience:||students, general public, women chemists, educational institutions, tertiary education, secondary school students, secondary schools, secondary schools students, graduate students|