If you are like me and unable to attend BCCE 2014, there is still a way to be part of the action. Twitter! Even if you don't have a Twitter account, you can follow tweets from participants that are there "live tweeting" the action.
Fostering Engagement in Nanotechnology The Feburary 2014 issue of the Journal of Chemical Education is now available online to subscribers at http://pubs.acs.org/toc/jceda8/91/2. The February issue features articles on nanotechnology in the areas of public engagement, instrumentation, and laboratory experiments.
In this Activity, students marble paper with shaving cream and food color while exploring water, polarity, and hydrophilic an
In this Activity, students investigate the magnetic interactions between a flexible-sheet refrigerator magnet and a probe tip
In this Activity, students compare the behavior of Magic Sand and ordinary sand.
In this Activity, students collect fingerprints and use three different methods to develop them: fingerprint powder, ninhydri
In this Activity, students investigate surface tension and surfactants.
In this Activity, students first create a standard bubble solution by mixing water with liquid dishwashing detergent.