1. Title 28th Science Club Presentations
2. IYC interests ○ @Increase the public appreciation and understanding of chemistry
● AEncourage interest of young people in chemistry
○ BGenerate enthusiasm for the creative future of chemistry
○ CCelebrate the role of women in chemistry
3. Short description Science club Student Research Presentation Session
Chemistry circles or Science clubs at High school or Junior High school student present their research result.
4. Audience high schools students, secondary school students, teachers, professional chemists
5. Topic chemistry education
6. Long description Title: The 28th Science club Student Research Presentation Session
Date: 9:40-17:30, March 28th, 2011
Venue: Kanagawa University, Yokohama Campus(The 91st CSJ Annual Meeting)
Sponsored by CSJ Kanto Branch
Supported by MEXT:Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
Scope: We encourage the younger generation to foster the future scientists.At the place of the CSJ Annual Meeting, they introduce their research activities and its results.
Welcome Speech by Prof. Iwasawa, President of CSJ
Presentations by 35 High-Schools and Junior High-Schools
Audience: High-School Students, Teachers in Chemistry
Participants of CSJ Annual Meeting (Mostly Chemical Scientists, Chemical Engineers)
Web Site: http://kanto.chemistry.or.jp/

7. Sponsors Kanto Branch of The Chemical Society of Japan

8. Contact detail

Name:Prof Noriyuki Yonezawa
Organization or affiliations:Kanto Branch of The Chemical Society of Japan
Phone :+81-3-3292-6163