A PDF explaining how to make a mask with a channel to poof out the mask so that you can speak without the mask getting pulled into the mouth.
Check out what local American Chemical Society Sections are doing to pitch in.
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To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Periodic Table (#IYPT2019) the Division of the History of Chemistry of the American Chemical Society is sponsoring a contest open to ALL (students, teachers, parents, friends, family, artists, non-artists) to create a poem, cartoon, or photograph with themes related to the chemical elements, their discovery, or uses.
Prizes will be awarded by a panel of judges and winning art will be published in the HIST Newsletter and Website.
Submit your original art by August 31, 2020 to the HIST Program Chair, Nick Tsarevsky at: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com) as an attachment to an email with the subject line: “Elemental Art Competition- (your name)”. Winners will be notified in late 2020.
For the flyer: Elemental art contest
Season 1, Episode 3: The Importance of Creativity in Chemistry and Beyond
Description: Today on the podcast we are joined by one of the co-founders of Green Chemistry to discuss the importance of inspiration and nurturing inventive minds in the quest to use chemistry to better our planet!
To find out more about Green Chemistry: https://www.beyondbenign.org/
To find out more amount this campaign: https://www.beyondbenign.org/news/
Getting ready for our Science Cafe by posting interesting facts about the Periodic Table People!
Yuri Oganessian invented the “hot fusion” technique, leading to the discovery of many superheavy elements. Come learn more at the Periodic Table People New York Local Section October 5, 2019 Science Cafe at Saint John’s University, Queens.
Information Flyer IYPT_Invitation
Here is the link to my second podcast
Please join us on Saturday, October 5, 2019 at St. John’s University to celebrate #IYPT2019 (International Year of the Periodic Table) as we blow out 150 candles to celebrate the birth of the periodic table created by Dmitri Mendeleev. Here is the IYPT_Invitation for information on selecting your periodic people person.
Check out my new podcast series: Sally B Explains Chemistry.