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Jefferson County High School
"Caffeine Usage as an Environmentally Friendly Pesticide: A Dual Model Study"
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On October 25th and 26th, in conjunction with National Chemistry Week (NCW) and the International Year of Chemistry (IYC), the local American Chemical Society (ACS) section and Eastman Chemical Company will be hosting the 21th annual award-winning celebration. Last two years we had T-shirt design contests and received numerous inspiring drawings from artists as young as 10 years old. The NCW T-shirt committee is now having a contest again to design a new artwork to be printed on the T-shirts that over 1300 4th graders will be wearing at the event!
1. The design might reflect the theme of this year’s NCW, “Chemistry ─ Our Health Our Future!”
2. Try and include the IYC logo in the design
3. The design might include “water” to celebrate our World of Water project or Eastman’s water purification HydropackTM
Rewards to the winner:
1. Your name will be printed on over 1400 T-shirts along with your design
2. 1300 4th grade students from the region will be wearing your design
3. Two free T-shirts
4. An Eastman TritanTM water bottle
Please submit your designs to Liu Deng (firstname.lastname@example.org) by August 22nd. Multiple entries are welcome. Thank you!
NCW T-shirt committee
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Jeopardy!, one of North America’s leading syndicated game shows, will feature questions related to the 2011 International Year of Chemistry (IYC) in the episode that airs June 21. To find local listings for show air times, visit http://www.jeopardy.com and click on “when to watch.”
With its 9 million daily viewers, Jeopardy! is an excellent venue for sharing the message that chemistry is fundamental to our everyday lives. To learn more about celebrating IYC, visit www.acs.org/iyc2011 and www.chemistry2011.org.