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A World without Polymers
Giancarlo Galli | added on Aug 29, 2010 | International
We will hold a video and essay contest celebrating IYC. The topic will be to imagine a "World without Polymers" and to write about the detrimental effect on society if polymers were absent. We expect to award prizes including a trip to the World Chemical Congress for award winners.
PACIA National Conference 2011 - The Business of Chemistry
John Osborn | added on Aug 17, 2010 | Australia
The Australian Plastics and Chemicals Industry Association (PACIA) National Conference is the highlight industry event of the year for the chemicals and plastics industry in Australia. The theme in 2011 will be 'The Business of Chemistry' in support of the International Year of Chemistry 2011 initiative.
Writing the World
Jane Langley | added on Jul 23, 2010 | United Kingdom
Writing the World is Cool it Schools annual poetry competition. We have now launched 'Chain Reactions' a brand new theme all about chemistry.
Rajeev Singh | added on Jun 18, 2010 | India
Annual Chemical Society Festival, From quizzes, extempore to chemical fashion show to hands-on activities
Australian National Chemistry Quiz
Vicki Gardiner | added on May 22, 2010 | Australia
The Australian National Chemistry Quiz is truly and international activity, currently held in 15 countries and 7 languages. The quiz The Quiz has four age groups – Years 7-8 (middle high school), Years 9-10 (middle high school), Year 11 and Year 12 (senior high school).