Seasonal Treats at A&M’s Chemistry Open HouseFeatured Stories, News Friday, October 26th, 2012
There will be plenty of science-themed treats at Texas A&M University’s 25th annual Chemistry Open House, which will be from 10 to 3 on Saturday at the main chemistry building complex.
Chemist James Batteas says kids will be able to draw pumpkins on a computer chip viewed through a microscope.
He says kids can choose from several pumpkin patterns, or a new Frankenstein design.
There will also be a special opportunity to view atoms through another microscope.
Batteas says in addition to getting to ask questions and experience research methods first-hand, kids will receive goody bags and printed copies of their nanopumpkins.
JamesBatteas102512.mp3James Batteas visits with WTAW’s Kat McMullen
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