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Book Promotion Fair in Japan
Hidenori Sakurai | added on Mar 23, 2011 | Japan
To promote a chemistry book fair at bookstores through Japan featuring the year of chemistry for the purpose of familiarizing the chemistry-year activities and arousing the interest of general public in chemistry, through the publication.
'Our Scientists' A Series of Knowledge Sharing
Monika Jain | added on Mar 18, 2011 | India
This group is organizing a series of programs to promote scientific and technological activities and to improve the applications of the subject. As inaugural program, we are organizing A knowledge sharing lecture series “Our Scientist”.
Cupcakes for Chemists @ the Ferriss Hodgett Library
Crystal Rose | added on Mar 09, 2011 | Canada
Enjoy our "Periodical Table of Cupcakes", see projects on display by undergraduate chemistry students, check out a chemistry book, and chat with faculty and staff of the chemistry department.
Continuous and Batch Process Development for Hydrogenation and other Catalytic Processes
Hadas Mills | added on Mar 08, 2011 | India
Half day presentation and workshop, describing development tools and applications for both batch and flow reactions from a wide range of industries. Examples of relevant equipment will also be on display so that a full appreciation of the topic is possible.
Chemistry: A Tradition of Excellence, Solving Society's Most Important Problems -- Then and Now
Megan Kocher | added on Mar 02, 2011 | United States
Exhibit at the University of Minnesota Science & Engineering library celebrating important discoveries and inventions by students, alumni, and faculty from the UMN Chemistry department.