Basic and Engineering Sciences
Home
Themes
Chemistry
Energía
Ingeniería
Life Sciences
Mathematics
Physics
HIV Research
Science Education
Women & Science

Interdisciplinary
SESAME
International Basic Sciences Programme
Proyecto Global en Experimentos de Microciencia (PEMG)
  • Versión para imprimir
  • Archives
  • > Chemistry - Updated: 16-10-2007 12:17 pm
    Composition-of-the-atmosphere_DIDAC chemistry educational sets.gif

    The advanced research training of scientists, especially young scientists, as well as university and pre-university teaching staff in chemistry, mathematics and physical sciences is pursued in strong collaboration with international specialized institutions.

    Special attention is given to water chemistry, trace elements in water, green chemistry and courses on membrane electrochemistry.In order to promote quality science education worldwide, UNESCO and its partner, the International Union for Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC), needed to be able to propose low-cost experimental equipment that any country could afford. The Global Project on Microscience Experiments launched by UNESCO and IUPAC in 1996 answers this demand for cost-effective and safe laboratory experiments. The Trace Element Institute for UNESCO, an international centre for trace element research established in 1996 under the auspices of UNESCO, is also an important part of our programme.

    For more information please contact: Julia Hasler, Programme Specialist, SC/BES j.hasler@unesco.org




    noticia
    Federation of African Societies of Chemistry (FASC) launched - (FASC)
    27-03-2006 FASC logo.gifThe Federation of African Societies of Chemistry (FASC), which aims at promoting collaboration between African chemists, was founded on 23rd February 2006, with the support of UNESCO, at the UN Economic Commission for Africa, Africa Hall, Addis Ababa, Ethiopía. More


    Proyecto
    A science education succes: UNESCO’s Global Microscience Programme
    Nearly a decade after the Global Microscience Programme was launched by UNESCO and the International Union for Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) in 1996, the microscience approach has been introduced into 72 countries, many of them in Africa. >> More
    UNESCO and IUPAC

    Essential Toxicology - A Multilevel Educational Resource
    Topics covered range from fundamental principles of toxicology through environmental toxicology and risk management to consideration of ethics. >> More
    UNESCO & IUPAC

    Training activities under UNESCO/GIFCA Agreement
    On 26 February 2002 UNESCO signed an Agreement with the Gaddafi International Foundation for Charity Associations (GIFCA) for the development of the Microscience Experiment Project in 22 African countries. >> More
    UNESCO


    Conferences
    6th Annual UNESCO School and IUPAC Conference on Polymer Properties (Mpumalanga, South Africa; 14-04-2003 - 17-04-2003)
    with a special session on Characterization on Polyolefins. More


    Articles
    Una Federación de las Sociedades Africanas de Química se crea el 23 de febrero de 2006, Addis Abeba, Etiopía - by UNESCO
    Clase de química  Kenya.gifJulio-Septiembre 2006 -En los próximo anos, la Federación de propone aunar tantas sociedades africanas de química como sea posible y establecer grupos de trabajo sobre la química de los alimentos, del medio ambiente, la química analítica, de los productos naturales, medicinales entre otros. More

    UNESCO takes Mini-laboratories and Microscience to the Middle East - by Maria Liouliou
    Teachers learn to use micro_scale material during Beirut workshop 2006.gifOctober-December 2007 -For 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


    Eventos
    2003-04 Training Activities and Events in Chemical Sciences (. 01-01-2003 - 31-12-2003)
    Provisionsal List of UNESCO Conferences, Workshops, Advanced Training Courses and other Events in Chemical Sciences: 2003, 2004 More

    Computer Analysis of Ion Exchange (Institute of Physical Organic Chemistry, National Academy of Sciences of Belarus. 23-06-2003 - 27-06-2003)
    Training courses organised within the framework of UNESCO's project "Chemistry for Life" More

    Teacher Training Workshop on Microscience Experiments, Central African Republic (Ecole Normale Supérieur, Bangui, Central African Republic. 01-07-2003 - 02-07-2003)
    Participants expressed hope for a re-enforcement of South/South cooperation within the framework of the vulgarization of the Microscience experiments system. More

    International Training Workshop on Microscience Experiments (Almaty, Kazakhstan. 15-07-2003 - 16-07-2003)
    UNESCO / ISESCO Advanced Training Courses on “Microscience” were organized by the inorganic chemistry department of Al-Faribi Kazakh National University More

    UNESCO/ISESCO International Training Workshop (Issykkul University, Kyrgyzstan. 18-07-2003 - 19-07-2003)
    The workshop was organized by Issykkul University in close cooperation with UNESCO / ISESCO and DIDAC. More

    Introduction of microscience kits to pilot schools in Mauritius (Mauritius Institute of Education, Mauritius. 28-07-2003 - 29-07-2003)
    The UNESCO/GIFCA advanced training course on Microscience Experiments, organised by the Mauritius National Commission for UNESCO in close cooperation with the Ministry of Education and Scientific Research and the National Institute of Education of Mauritius took place 28-29 July 2003. More

    IUPAC-UNESCO-UNIDO Safety Training Program, BP Chemicals-USA (Naperville, Ohio & Lima, Illinois, USA. 06-10-2003 - 17-10-2003)
    This Safety Training Program allows safety experts from developing countries to learn more about safety and environmental protective measures by visiting and working in plants of IUPAC Company Associates in the industrialized world. More


    Resources
      Strategy
      Projects
      Websites
      Publicaciones
      Multimedia
      News
      Événements
      Expertos

    Features

    Articles
    Julio-Septiembre 2006 - Una Federación de las Sociedades Africanas de Química se crea el 23 de febrero de 2006, Addis Abeba, Etiopía - UNESCO
    Clase de química  Kenya.gifEn los próximo anos, la Federación de propone aunar tantas sociedades africanas de química como sea posible y establecer grupos de trabajo sobre la química de los alimentos, del medio ambiente, la química analítica, de los productos naturales, medicinales entre otros.More


    Documentos
    2. Global Project on Microscience Experiments: CHEMISTRY


    Sitio web
    NEW: Federation of African Societies of Chemistry (FASC)

     

     ID: 1573 | guest (Leer) © 2004 - UNESCO - Contact