Tuesday, 20 November 2012

Exhibition in Joburg until May 2013 :Reacting to chemistry

It’s full of chemicals; it must be really bad for you.” We have all heard and uttered this trite phrase. Yet it is meaningless since chemistry is not merely a collection of products and manufacturing methods. It is also a way of describing the world around us, a branch of knowledge, a language.
The exhibition offers a number of simple yet amazing chemistry experiments that operate on an automated basis. This is the key challenge of the exhibition and what makes it entirely unique. However, other more complex chemistry experiments are only available when there is a facilitator to demonstrate them. The exhibition also reflects the concrete changes in modern chemistry in order to meet the current demands of sustainable development and the environment: to be cleaner, more efficient and more innovative.

"Reacting to Chemistry" - Sci-Bono, Johannesburg - From 13 November 2012 to 1 May 2013 - An event part of the France-South Africa Seasons 2012&2013

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