International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Breakfast Networking - Limerick, Ireland Siobhan Murphy   |   added on Nov 19, 2010    |    Ireland University of Limerick will host the networking breakfast meeting in Ireland
Topic: chemistry, networking, celebrating chemistry Audience: professional chemists, women chemists, graduate students, educational institutions, industrial chemists, professors

Networking Breakfast - Perth, Australia Kathryn Linge   |   added on Nov 19, 2010    |    Australia A Networking Breakfast as part of the International Women Sharing a Chemical Moment in Time Event
Topic: networking, chemistry, celebrating chemistry Audience: students, professional chemists, women chemists, graduate students

IYC 2011 Celebration in Nigeria Edu Inam   |   added on Nov 15, 2010    |    Nigeria The department of chemistry, University of Uyo is hosting a five day program to celebrate chemistry. The activities are generally planned to increase the public understanding and appreciation of chemistry in a society where interest in the subject is diminishing.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, networking, hands on activities, publications, media discussion, exhibition, awards, chemistry outreach, public lecture Audience: students, educators, industrial chemists, general public, professors, post graduate students, decision makers, teachers, secondary schools, graduate students

ChemComm Emerging Investigators Joanne Thomson   |   added on Oct 14, 2010    |    United Kingdom An issue showcasing the very best research from scientists in the early stages of their independent career
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry, publications Audience: students, professional chemists, emerging investigators, research scientists, post graduate students, graduate students

EPCA film showing the chemical industry is a provider of solutions matching humanity's current and future factual needs Maria De Rycke   |   added on Oct 01, 2010    |    International The chemical industry, as a necessary supplier of all other industries, is the provider of solutions matching humanity's current and future factual needs (access to food, drinkable water, health, energy and emission friendly housing and transportation, communication and education, females and science)
Topic: chemistry education, educational materials, sustainable and green chemistry, celebrating chemistry, video Audience: students, educators, general public, tertiary education, teachers, secondary schools, educational institutions, graduate students