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    October-December 2007 - UNESCO takes Mini-laboratories and Microscience to the Middle East - Maria Liouliou
    Teachers learn to use micro_scale material during Beirut workshop 2006.gifFor a decade now, UNESCO has been introducing the methodology for microscience into the education systems of both developed and developing countries. One of UNESCO’s key partners in this endeavour is the RADMASTE Centre, Witwatersrand University, South Africa. Training workshops in microscience have been organized in some 84 countries and recently, UNESCO has turned its attention to the Middle East.More


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    1. Global Project on Microscience Experiments: PRIMARY Level

    2. Global Project on Microscience Experiments: CHEMISTRY

    2a Microelectrochemistry Experiments

    2b Microscience Environmental Experiments: Water Quality and Water Treatment

    2c Microscience Experiments: Organic Chemistry

    3. Global Project on Microscience Experiments: MICROELECTRICITY

    4. Global Project on Microscience Experiments: BIOLOGY

     

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