Cape Cod Science Cafe-An International Year of Chemistry Kick-Off EventActivity by Jennifer Maclachlan | added on Jan 07, 2011 | United States
Sponsor(s): NESACS, The Town of Barnstable, The Cape Cod Commission, The Barnstable County Department of Health and Environment and PID Analyzers, LLC
Come to the Cape Cod Science Cafe-An International Year of Chemistry Kick-Off Event. Socialize with neighbors, ACS members, local Twitter folks and learn from a Chemist's perspective how to Protect the Cape Cod Water Supply. Light appetizers and soft drinks are provided. Cash bar.
Cape Cod Science Cafe: Protecting the Cape Cod Water Supply
At The Hyannis Golf Club, Route 132, Hyannis, MA 02601
RESCHEDULED DUE TO WEATHER UNTIL:
Tuesday Evening March 1, 2011
Soft drinks and light appetizers will be provided. Cash bar.
An overview and introduction of International Year of Chemistry-presentation by Dr. Morton Hoffman, Councilor NESACS and IYC Chair presented by Jennifer Maclachlan
Keynote speaker: Krista Longnecker, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute will present: "A scientific perspective of water on Cape Cod"
Additional speakers include:
Gongmin Lei, Laboratory Director, Barnstable County Department of Health and Environment will present "Inside Barnstable County Water Labs: An Overview of their State-of-the-Art laboratory equipment-what it is and what it does"
Susan Rask, M.S., R.S., Barnstable County Dept. of Health and Environment will present on the subject of Nitrogen and the Cape Cod coastal water quality
This event is open to the public and the purpose is to have the speakers, who are chemists or use chemistry in their jobs to educate the audience about this critical issue: protecting the water supply here on Cape Cod.
Calling all Cape Cod Twitter users; come meet with us and tweet with us from the Cape Cod Science Cafe. Follow the conversation: @pidgirl and the hashtag: #ccscicafe
|Topic:||celebrating chemistry, networking||Audience:||general public, professional chemists, educators, industrial chemists|