Why does chemistry matter? (pun intended!) Cafe Sci Boston

May 11, 2011
Cambridge 1 (Fenway), 1381 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02215

Why does chemistry matter? (pun intended!)

Join us at Café Sci Boston as we talk with Cheryl Lavoie from Simmons College about how and why chemistry matters – to everyone! Highlights to include the joys of teaching chemistry, measuring radioactivity in our everyday lives, and eating bananas. We'll do a quick case study of the Japanese nuclear power plant crisis, too.

In preparation for the talk, feel free to review this illustration from the web comic of a radiation dose chart: This co-hosted NOVA and COPUS event is part of the International Year of Chemistry 2011 (IYC2011) which is a worldwide celebration of the achievements of chemistry

Join Café Sci on Wednesday for great food, drinks, and conversation.

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