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How to Host a National Chemistry Week Event
Wednesday, October 1st
3pm - 4pm ET / 12pm - 1pm PT
- Kevin Dilley, Sciencenter
- Frank Kusiak, The Lawrence Hall of Science
- Lizzie Hager-Barnard, The Lawrence Hall of Science
Similar to NanoDays, National Chemistry Week is the annual community event of the American Chemical Society (ACS). It is celebrated during the fourth week of October and it encourages chemists and chemistry enthusiasts to build awareness of chemistry at the local level. Join us to find out how to connect with ACS members in your area to collaborate on sharing the value of chemistry in everyday life. This year's National Chemistry Week theme is "The Sweet Side of Chemistry - Candy", showcasing the chemistry involved in candy and confections. We'll share NISE Net activities that have a candy connection, demonstrate how to make edible gummy capsules, and explain the chemistry behind these sweet activities.
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