|Events||Date & Time||Venue|
|18th Jan 2011||
Pearle Beach Resort & Spa from 7 30 to 10 30 am.
Launching of IYC 2011
|27th Jan 2011||Paul Octave Wiehe Auditorium
University of Mauritius
|Contribution from Chemical Society of Mauritius||
20 April 2011
23 April 2011
|Lecture Theatre 1, University of Mauritius
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Phoenix Les Halles
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|Talk by Professor John Dyke from the University of Southampton, UK||7 June 2011||Burrenchobay Hall, University of Mauritius|
|Talk by Professor Henk Bouwman from the North West University, South Africa||27 July 2011, 11 am to noon||Lecture Theatre 1, University of Mauritius
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|Talk by Mr David Scaysbrook||26th August 2011 14.30 - 16.00||ELT-2- Engineering Tower|
|Closing ceremony||1st December 2011
Paul Octave Wiehe Auditorium
There will be a breakfast meeting with women chemists on 18th Jan 2011 at Pearle Beach Resort & Spa from 7 30 to 10 30 am.
This meeting will involve presentations from 15 different women and can be accessed using Skype (iyc-mru).
*Contribution from Chemical Society of Mauritius
The Chemical Society of Mauritius & The University of Mauritius Celebrate The International Year of Chemistry On the Theme Chemistry & Environmental Sustainability on 20 April 2011. Sponsored by MCB Ltd, Pharmacie Nouvelle, Mauvilac and Ducray Lenoir. Click here for details | Click here for flyer
Science Café - Science to all in an informal manner: Interested in science? At Science Café, you can express your opinions and concerns, and expand your understanding of the topics of the first edition while enjoying a cup of coffee. Everyone is welcome. Click here for details
*Launching of IYC 2011
Opening ceremony of IYC 2011
Poster exhibition from Members of the Department of Chemistry, University of Mauritius
Recorded lecture by Prof Sir Harry Kroto, the 1996 Nobel prize winner in Chemistry.
Movie on the life of Marie Curie.
*Talk by Professor Henk Bouwman, from the North West University
Title of talk is “Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) in birds and humans” by Prof Prof. Henk Bouwman.
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*Talk by Mr David Scaysbrook
A talk entitled "Understanding of Forensic Science" by David Scaysbrook BSc, CBiol, MSB-Ex Forensic Science Service Ltd-Chepstow, UK.
Water–A Chemical Solution: A Global Experiment
School students around the world will be invited to explore one of Earth's most critical resources, water. The results of their investigations will contribute to a Global Experiment, which will possibly become the biggest chemistry experiment ever. For more details see http://www.chemistry2011.org/participate/activities/show?id=92