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Posts by Alex Madonik

The Future of Food – Free ACS Webinar on Tuesday, February 25th, 2020

Join ACS members and students across the country for this LIVE webinar on Tuesday, February 25th, 3:45 PM to 5:00 PM Pacific Time. Two venues: College of Alameda Science Annex, 860 Atlantic Ave, Alameda, CA – Room 110 – contact Alex Madonik (alexmadonik@sonic.net) for more information. Chico High School Chem Club/Science Club – Room S1…

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Are you interested in teaching at a community college?

Are you interested in teaching at a community college, or know someone who might be?  The Peralta Community College District’s Faculty Diversity Internship Program (FDIP, https://web.peralta.edu/facultydiversity) aims to recruit, train, and mentor a diverse cohort of potential community college faculty. Graduate students who have completed at least half their degree coursework and professionals with advanced…

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product development scientist opening at Clorox

At Clorox’s Pleasanton, CA facility, we have an opening right now for an experienced product development scientist in Cleaning Innovation R&D.  To learn more about the position and to apply for the role (enter position #9239), here’s the link: Product Development Scientist Opening At Clorox

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Apply for ACS-Hach High School Chemistry Classroom Grants

ACS-Hach High School Chemistry Classroom Grant The American Chemical Society is now accepting applications for the ACS-Hach High School Chemistry Classroom Grant.  The Grant supports high school chemistry teachers and their ideas to enhance classroom learning, fostering student development, and reveal the wonders of chemistry.  Submit your application today to request up to $1,500 in funds to…

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The Evolving Periodic Table and Its Incredible Elements

Tuesday, February 26, 2019 College of Alameda Room D-222 555 Ralph Appezzato Memorial Parkway Alameda CA 94501 Refreshments and Door Prizes 3:30 PM Free ACS Webinar at 4:00 PM ACS Program-In-a-Box returns with Periodic Table history and trivia as we celebrate the International Year of the Periodic Table #IYPT2019

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ELEMENTS at the Marin Society of Artists

What do paintings, sculpture, photographs – in fact, all matter – have in common? Elements! Whether created in the Big Bang or in modern science labs, everything we experience as matter is made up of Elements, substances consisting of a single type of atom. The United Nations has proclaimed 2019 to be the International Year…

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