Accepted poster presentation at the Fall National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Denver, CO Environmental (ENVR) Division, General Posters & SCI-MIX
Abstract: The purpose of this poster is to depict the impact of chemistry outreach on Cape Cod and to inspire folks to use this as a model for their own community. Initially my intent was to host one Cape Cod Science Cafe with the mini-grant I applied for and received from my local section: Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society (NESACS) as an International Year of Chemistry (IYC) kick-off event. However, the response to the marketing effort to the general public, local science community including educators and students (grades 9-12 and college level) and to the local section members (NESACS) was so overwhelmingly positive that I have decided to host and organize a Cape Cod Science Cafe for each Quarter of IYC with the support of NESACS.
|Cape Cod Science Cafe Q1 Speakers: Gongmin Lei, Sue Rask and Krista Longnecker|
|Dr. Jack Driscoll demonstrates the Global Water Experiment at the Q2 Cape Cod Science Cafe|
|Ruth Tanner '11 Chair Elect NESACS, Jack Driscoll, Jennifer Maclachlan, Dan Nocera-keynote speaker and Mort Hoffman, Councilor NESACS|