Marshland Restaurants made this yummy homemade cake for the 4th quarter IYC Celebration
International Year of Chemistry Cape Cod Science Cafes organized by Jennifer Maclachlan, a.k.a. @pidgirl:
Cape Cod Science Cafe Quarter 1
IYC theme: EnvironmentIYC Official Event Link
Science Cafe theme:
Protecting the Cape Cod Water SupplyRelated blog posts by @pidgirl
When: March 1, 2011
Speakers: L to R: Gongmin Lei and Sue Rask of the Barnstable County and Dr. Krista Longnecker of WHOI
Special thanks to our sponsors: Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society
, The Town of Barnstable, The Cape Cod Commission and PID Analyzers, LLC
and our gracious host: The Hyannis Golf Club.
Ruth Tanner, 2011 Chair Elect NESACS, Jack Driscoll, PR Chair
NESACS, Jennifer Maclachlan, Dan Nocera, Keynote Speaker
and Mort Hoffman, IYC Chair, NESACSCape Cod Science Cafe Quarter 2
IYC theme: EnergyIYC Official Event Link
Science Cafe theme: Alternative Energy & Sustainability
When: Friday April 29, 2011
Local Press release
The Hyannis Golf Club.
Science Cafe Theme: Sustainability, Chemistry and the Art of Craft BeerIYC Official Event Link
Local Press: Cape Cod Times Column
Special thanks to Cape Cod Beer for hosting and to Todd Marcus for speaking at the event. The chemists in the audience loved the chemistry slides!
Science Cafe theme: Healthy Kids
Special thanks to our host, the Sandwich Public Library,
Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society,
NESACS member volunteers: The Reibach Family andSonja Strah-Pleynet. Thanks especially to NCW Chair Christine Jaworek-Lopes for her chemistry supplies.
A huge thank you to the Mid-Hudson section for their
participation during the event performing an experiment
from the Global Water Experiment
as well as food chemistry