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Cape Cod Science Cafe Quarter 2 IYC Celebration
Jennifer Maclachlan | added on Feb 15, 2011 | United States
Alternative energy and sustainability projects local to the New England region will be detailed.
Chemistry with a sense of women
Grupo MEQ | added on Feb 12, 2011 | Colombia
The event consists of a poster exhibition about contributions of prominent women in chemistry. The exhibition is itinerant by different educational institutions of the city.
Photo contest "one gram of"
Jean-Michel Armengol | added on Feb 07, 2011 | Andorra
January-May 3: Photo contest "One gram of" for all students wishing to reflect, through photographic material, a gram of the elements of the periodical table.
Participation in Science in Action Exhibition to Celebrate IYC 2011
Suryanarayana Rao | added on Feb 05, 2011 | India
Sishu Griha students participated in Science in Action- An exhibition organised by Bangalore Association for Science Education at Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium, Bangalore.Demonstrations-Identification of Blood Stains, Chemi luminescence, Lechatelier Principle and Dry Cleaning Process .Science club members visited the exhibition
The Future of Women in Chemistry and Science
Steve Haase | added on Feb 04, 2011
The Future of Women in Chemistry and Science is an hour-long virtual seminar that brings together 60 of today’s leading minds to discuss and define how women can move the field of chemistry forward. It covers topics from work-life balance and gender differences to mentoring young women and fostering executive leadership.