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  1. Painful chemistry! From barbeque smoke to riot control

    Christopher Green, Farrha B. Hopkins, Christopher D. Lindsay, James R. Riches, Christopher M. Timperley*
    Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl), Porton Down, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP4 0JQ, UK

    06/06/16 to 06/10/16
  2. Citizen Science and International Collaboration through Environmental Monitoring with Simple Chemical Sensors

    Peter G. Mahaffy, Kristopher J. Ooms, and Andrew F. Tappenden, The King’s University, Edmonton, Alberta Canada; Jonathan E. Forman, the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, The Hague, NL; Ulrich Mans, Centre for Innovation, Leiden University, NL, John Sabou, Institute for Security and Global Affairs, Leiden University.

    05/30/16 to 06/03/16
  3. The Project Irresistible: Introducing Responsible Research and Innovation into the Secondary School Classroom

    Jan Apotheker, University of Groningen (communicating author), Ron Blonder, Weizmann Institute of Science, Sevil Akaygün, Boğaziçi University, Pedro Reis, University of Lisboa, Lorenz Kampschulte, IPN Kiel, Antti Laherto, University of Helsinki

    05/23/16 to 05/27/16
  4. Mainstreaming Multiple Uses of Chemicals in Chemistry Teacher Education Programs of Africa

    Temechegn Engida, Editor in Chief, African Journal of Chemical Education (AJCE)

    05/16/16 to 05/20/16
  5. Education and Engagement: Key Elements to Achieve a World Free of Chemical Weapons

    Alejandra G. Suárez, Universidad Nacional de Rosario. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas. Argentina

    05/09/16 to 05/13/16
  6. Education, outreach and the OPCW: growing partnerships for a global ban

    Joseph Ballard and Jonathan E. Forman, the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, The Hague, NL

    05/02/16 to 05/06/16
  7. Looking back at 20 years of the MOLECULE OF THE MONTH website

    Paul May (University of Bristol, UK)
    Simon Cotton (University of Birmingham, UK)

    12/07/15 to 12/09/15
  8. MolView: an attempt to get the cloud into chemistry classrooms

    Herman Bergwerf

    12/03/15 to 12/05/15
  9. The Biomedical and Life Sciences Collection: Online, animated, audio-visual lectures published by Henry Stewart Talks Ltd.

    Neil Bradman
    Iris Margalit

    11/30/15 to 12/02/15
  10. Why the ChemWiki?

    Joshua Halpern, Dept. of Chemistry, Howard University, Washington, DC 2002

    11/19/15 to 11/21/15