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Worlds Largest Chemistry Lesson
Jason Dornbush | added on Mar 31, 2011 | United States
Join the Grout Museum District as we attempt the Guinness World RecordsTM Largest Chemistry Lesson. This is one for the record books.
IYC local events in Finland
Helena Visti | added on Mar 31, 2011 | Finland
Events aimed at the wider public will be organised across Finland to showcase local chemistry expertise and knowhow.
Translating Food Chemistry to Health Benefits
Kamila Klimaszewska | added on Mar 31, 2011 | Poland
Euro Food Chem XVI -- 6-8 July 2011, Gdańsk, Poland -- will try to demonstrate how food chemistry combined with modern biotech methods can improve our understanding of food in relation to health. There are also planned special lectures – tribute to Year of Chemistry.
Coordination and Organometallic Chemistry - the 3rd LatinAmerican Symposium
Luca Fadini | added on Mar 29, 2011 | Chile
The main goal of this symposium is to gather the LatinAmerican community which involved in scientific activities in the areas of Coordination and Organometallic Chemistry. The Third LatinAmerican Symposium will be held on July 26-29-2011 in the city of La serena, Chile.
Lenses, Outer Space, and Ecology
Jacob Cox | added on Mar 29, 2011 | United States
We will be discussing the role chemistry has in eyeglass lenses, outer space exploration and ecology. As well as chemistry's importance in our gathering of knowledge on earth to the stars.