International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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International Year of Chemistry 2011

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The American Chemical Society's IYC 2011 website Liezl Perez   |   added on Sep 20, 2010    |    United States As part of the IYC-2011 initiative, the American Chemical Society has sponsored a website to promote chemistry to the general public and assist interested users in finding and sponsoring outreach activities in 2011. This website is a single-source portal containing the ACS' contribution to this truly global celebration.
Topic: planners, materials, resources, website Audience: educators, general public, universities, teachers, school children, women chemists, educational institutions, high schools, graduate students, secondary school students

Global Stamp Competition: Chemistry as a Cultural Enterprise Lida Schoen   |   added on Sep 13, 2010    |    Netherlands The Global Stamp Competition (IUPAC's CCE, Christiane Reiners and Lida Schoen) was launched at the opening ceremony of IYC 2011 in Paris on January 27-28, 2011. The competition is open to students all over the world in 3 age categories (12-14, 15-18 and undergraduates / teacher students from all subjects (not only chemistry!)
Topic: chemistry, celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, competition, muti disciplinary Audience: students, educators, industrial chemists, tertiary education, teachers, secondary schools, high schools, secondary school students, educational institutions

IYC Chemistry award Siobhan Murphy   |   added on Sep 12, 2010    |    Ireland PharmaChemical Ireland will sponsor an IYC Chemistry Award at SciFest, this is a is a local one-day science fair held in third level colleges and open to all second level students. A SciFest fair includes a competition and exhibition of projects, a selection of science talks, science demonstrations in the college laboratories
Topic: chemistry, celebrating chemistry, science fair, competition, demonstrations, educational materials, chemistry education Audience: students, school children, secondary schools, secondary school students, educational institutions

2011 Science Calendar Dan Hutton   |   added on Aug 06, 2010    |    Australia A 2011 calendar listing upcoming science events at the University of Western Australia. The calendar will be sent to all Western Australian high schools in order to promote science at the University of Western Australia.
Topic: chemistry education, educational materials, art, celebrating chemistry Audience: students, universities, high schools, secondary school students, secondary schools

Chem13 News Periodic Table Design Project Richard Vollans   |   added on May 19, 2010    |    Canada Teachers and educators worldwide can register their students, of any age, for this one-of-a-kind periodic table project combining art and science celebrating IYC. Visit www.chem13news.uwaterloo.ca for submission instructions and how to have your creative interpretation be part of the public art display, poster and website.
Topic: hands-on activities, periodic table, art, celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, elements, classroom activity, learning Audience: general public, students, youth, educators, primary schools, high schools, universities, secondary school students