Professor Molenium

Thinking about San Fran gives me butterflies...

Blog Post created by Professor Molenium on Apr 21, 2014

Earth Day is Aprill 22. It is a national day of reflection on sustainability and the environment. But the spirit of Earth Day does not have to end on April 22. Join us this August in San Francisco for the ACS National Meeting & Exposition. "Chemistry & Global Stewardship" which features an array of green chemistry events including the 100th Anniversary of the ACS ENVR Division. Learn more at http://www.acs.org/sanfran2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chemists Celebrate Earth Day is April 22nd and explores the unique properties of water that are crucial for life and a cleaner environment.  ACS Staff will be celebrating Earth day led by Volunteer Support, Green Chemistry Institute, and the K-8 Science Office. Below are some resources that you can use on Earth Day too...

Celebrating Chemistry

Celebrating Chemistry is the hands-on activity publication of Chemists Celebrate Earth Day and National Chemistry Week.  CCED 2014 edition focuses on the topic of water. If you would like print versions for your child’s classroom, please email outreach@acs.org.  Copies are available in English and Spanish!

Career Day Videos For Youth

Watch these videos as three chemists discuss how their jobs relate to the CCED topic of water.  These videos are a great resource for an elementary/middle school audience so feel free to share. These resources are sponsored by the ACS Office of Volunteer Support.

Elementary & Middle School Science Education Resources

Your child’s teacher would appreciate these resources designed for specific grade levels from Pre-K to 8th.  These resources are provided by the K-8 Science Office in the Education Division.

Earth Day Outreach Ideas Video

ACS Student Chapters teach kids that chemistry and taking care of the planet go hand-in-hand through these sustainability and green chemistry inspired ideas. This resource is sponsored by the Green Chemistry Institute.

Journal of Chemical Education

Enjoy complimentary access to this collection of Articles, hands-on experiments, and demonstrations from the Journal of Chemical Education on the topics of water properties and water in the environment.

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