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Extreme NCW Tour

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Join Bill Carroll, President of the American Chemical Society (ACS), as he visits 15 cities in 10 days during the Extreme National Chemistry Week (NCW) Tour October 14-23. He'll crisscross the country with stopovers in small and large communities to highlight the importance of chemistry and science education.

Latest Episodes

Inspiring a Passion for Science in Dallas

The Extreme Tour rolls to a close in Dallas, where Dave meets Summer, Director of Visitor Experience, at The Science Place.

2 MIN2005 OCT 25
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Inspiring a Passion for Science in Dallas

Spectroscopy in Pittsburgh: SSP

Penny Gardner, current chair of SSP, tells Dave about the organization, its support of Pittcon and NCW, and the need to involve kids in science early.

2 MIN2005 OCT 24
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Spectroscopy in Pittsburgh: SSP

ACS and Chemical Technicians

Dave talks with Bernice Carr of the ACS Western Pennsylvania Chemical Technicians group.

2 MIN2005 OCT 24
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ACS and Chemical Technicians

A Taste of Pittsburgh: Carnegie Science Center

Pitt students Neil and Derrick find time on homecoming weekend to tell Dave about experiments that kids are doing at the Carnegie Science Center.

1 MIN2005 OCT 24
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A Taste of Pittsburgh: Carnegie Science Center

Fun at the St. Louis Science Center

Melissa and Whitney tell Dave about kids' reactions to NCW experiments at the St. Louis Science Center.

1 MIN2005 OCT 24
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Fun at the St. Louis Science Center

Can you deep-fry Ted Drewes' frozen custard?

It depends on how much carboxymethyl cellulose is in it. Find out during a discussion in St. Louis with Bill, Dave, Ted Gast, and Lisa Balbes.

3 MIN2005 OCT 24
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Can you deep-fry Ted Drewes' frozen custard?

Benzene ring around the rosie

Linda speaks about her unique approach toward teaching high school chemistry.

3 MIN2005 OCT 22
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Benzene ring around the rosie

Solar Cells

Steve J. talks to Bill about the solar cells experiment he devised for the high school classroom.

2 MIN2005 OCT 22
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Solar Cells

Self-assembly 101

Steve C., a UCLA graduate student, describes the self-assembly process to Bill and his work with high school teachers.

2 MIN2005 OCT 22
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Self-assembly 101

Bill talks ferrofluids

Bill talks to UCLA graduate students, Bob and Chris, about the experiment kits they’ve created for the high school classroom.

2 MIN2005 OCT 22
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Bill talks ferrofluids

Latest Episodes

Inspiring a Passion for Science in Dallas

The Extreme Tour rolls to a close in Dallas, where Dave meets Summer, Director of Visitor Experience, at The Science Place.

2 MIN2005 OCT 25
Comments
Inspiring a Passion for Science in Dallas

Spectroscopy in Pittsburgh: SSP

Penny Gardner, current chair of SSP, tells Dave about the organization, its support of Pittcon and NCW, and the need to involve kids in science early.

2 MIN2005 OCT 24
Comments
Spectroscopy in Pittsburgh: SSP

ACS and Chemical Technicians

Dave talks with Bernice Carr of the ACS Western Pennsylvania Chemical Technicians group.

2 MIN2005 OCT 24
Comments
ACS and Chemical Technicians

A Taste of Pittsburgh: Carnegie Science Center

Pitt students Neil and Derrick find time on homecoming weekend to tell Dave about experiments that kids are doing at the Carnegie Science Center.

1 MIN2005 OCT 24
Comments
A Taste of Pittsburgh: Carnegie Science Center

Fun at the St. Louis Science Center

Melissa and Whitney tell Dave about kids' reactions to NCW experiments at the St. Louis Science Center.

1 MIN2005 OCT 24
Comments
Fun at the St. Louis Science Center

Can you deep-fry Ted Drewes' frozen custard?

It depends on how much carboxymethyl cellulose is in it. Find out during a discussion in St. Louis with Bill, Dave, Ted Gast, and Lisa Balbes.

3 MIN2005 OCT 24
Comments
Can you deep-fry Ted Drewes' frozen custard?

Benzene ring around the rosie

Linda speaks about her unique approach toward teaching high school chemistry.

3 MIN2005 OCT 22
Comments
Benzene ring around the rosie

Solar Cells

Steve J. talks to Bill about the solar cells experiment he devised for the high school classroom.

2 MIN2005 OCT 22
Comments
Solar Cells

Self-assembly 101

Steve C., a UCLA graduate student, describes the self-assembly process to Bill and his work with high school teachers.

2 MIN2005 OCT 22
Comments
Self-assembly 101

Bill talks ferrofluids

Bill talks to UCLA graduate students, Bob and Chris, about the experiment kits they’ve created for the high school classroom.

2 MIN2005 OCT 22
Comments
Bill talks ferrofluids
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