It is reported that the Chemists Celebrate Earth day booth went well. Corresponding with this year's March for Science, it took place at Columbus Commons on April 22, 10:30 am to 5:30 pm. During that time, we passed out almost 150 booklets and more than 200 children and adults stopped by our booth during the event.
More photos will be posted on our Columbus ACS Facebook page shortly.
In support of the Chemists Celebrate Earth Day (CCED) Program,which coincides with the March for Science, the Columbus Local Section of the American Chemical Society (ACS) is sponsored an illustrated poem contest for students in Kindergarten through 12th grade. More information about CCED
Prizes: Eco friendly tote/ puzzles/ monetary/ other cool prizes
Thank you for participating in this year's poster competition. All of the posters were impressive, and the judges agreed that they had a tough decision picking out winners out of such a great group of students. Congratulations to this year's undergraduate and graduate winners. They were awarded at April's ACS meeting. Check out our Facebook page for more photos!
Left: Winners of the undergraduate division
Right: Winners of the graduate divisions. Photos courtesy of Jim Wasil
|Undergraduate|| Poster Title|
|1. Nathaniel Wesley||Structure-Function Studies of NFU1 Mutations: Implications for Iron-Sulfur Cluster Biosynthesis and Mitochondrial Disease|
|1. Brittany Trang||An Indium Tin Oxide-Compatible Organic Dye for p-Type Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells|
|2. Sydney Brianna Sillart||Synthesis of Quinone Method Precursors and Derivatives to Resurrect Aged Acetylcholinesterase|
|Graduate|| Poster Title|
|1. Maxx Q. Arguilla||Topological, Magnetic and Dirac Phases Based on 2D Honeycomb Sn Lattices|
|2. Rick Morasse||The Rational Synthesis of Dimensionally Reduced TiS2 Phases|
|3. Effie K. Miller||R2lox: A Novel Protein System to Investigate Metal Selectivity, Metallocofactor, Assembly, and Scaffold Flexibility|
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