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Young Chemists Fearlessly Crossing Borders

Author: Uzma I. Zakai, Natalie LaFranzo, Christine Dunne, and Jens Breffke (American Chemical Society (ACS), Younger Chemists Committee)

04 August 2015 – An international exchange program perspective from the American Chemical Society (ACS)'s Younger Chemists Committee (YCC)

Young Chemists Fearlessly Crossing Borders

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What is a Dibaryon?

Author: ChemistryViews.org (Image © Forschungszentrum Jülich/SeitenPlan)

01 September 2015 – Any idea?

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EYCN: Ten Years Connecting Young Chemists

Author: Fernando Gomollón-Bel, Camille Oger, Cristina Todasca

01 September 2015 – Founded in 2006, today the European Young Chemists’ Network (EYCN) represents 26 chemical societies from 22 different countries

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Linking Rural Schools in South Africa and Italy

Author: ChemistryViews.org

06 August 2015 – Sway4edu project aims to support effective eLearning services to support education in rural schools in South Africa

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Young Chemists Fearlessly Crossing Borders

Author: Uzma I. Zakai, Natalie LaFranzo, Christine Dunne, and Jens Breffke (American Chemical Society (ACS), Younger Chemists Committee)

04 August 2015 – An international exchange program perspective from the American Chemical Society (ACS)'s Younger Chemists Committee (YCC)

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Challenge Your Perceptions

Author: Neil Garg/UCLA

22 July 2015 – Transforming a hard subject like organic chemistry into a very popular course

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Presentation Tips: Making it Memorable (6)

Author: Richard Threlfall

09 July 2015 – How to stand out from the rest with a presentation your audience won't forget

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Applying for a Job at Merck

Author: Karin Schmitz and Vera Koester

07 July 2015 – ChemistryViews.org and the Career Service of the GDCh asked international companies what they expect from applications

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2nd African Conference on Research in Chemical Education (ACRICE 2)

22 June 2015 – Emphasises the roles of chemical education for sustainable development in Africa by offering an opportunity for sharing experiences among specialists

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Know the Symbols

Author: ChemistryViews.org

09 June 2015 – Quiz on new hazard symbols of chemicals

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Science Competitions: Gains Beyond Subject Matter

Author: Marabel Riesmeier

02 June 2015 – How participating in competitions leads to studying chemistry

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