International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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International Year of Chemistry 2011

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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.
Topic: seminars, chemistry, celebrating chemistry Audience: students, professional chemists, professors, educators, general public, industrial chemists, universities, researchers, post graduate students, teachers, women chemists, women, graduate students

Mediaplanet Business of Chemistry Publication Sara Quigley   |   added on Jan 20, 2011    |    United States In honor of The Year of Chemistry, Mediaplanet will be publishing an 8-16 page section titled “The Business of Chemistry” to be distributed within the Washington Post newspaper in Washington, DC on March 30th.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, educational materials, chemistry education Audience: students, professionals, general public, educators, universities, women, school children, school and college students, consumers

Springer Joins Celebration of the IYC 2011 Andrea Wurm   |   added on Oct 22, 2010    |    Germany Springer has planned several activities to celebrate the International Year of Chemistry to communicate about the IYC to a broad audience.
Topic: journals, conferences, celebrating chemistry, demonstrations, website Audience: professional chemists, educators, students, industrial chemists, professors, post graduate students, research scientist, researchers, women chemistry, women