Chicago ACS Chemistry Day     

"Earth's Atmosphere and Beyond"

Saturday, October 25, 2003, 9 am to 3 pm
The University of Illinois, Chicago Campus
Science & Engineering South, 845 W. Taylor St.

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Attention Chem Teachers:   Professional Development Workshop
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The Public is Invited.    FREE ADMISSION
CTA Accessible.  Walk South from UIC Blue Line Stop
Parking:   Halstead Lot 5 or Parking Structure
Wheelchair accessible


Contests and Hands-on Fun for Kids of all Ages 9:30 - 2:00
Chemistry Demonstrations: 10:00 - 2:00
Exhibits from Industry, Academia, and Government Agencies All Day
Poetry and Poster Making Contests
----------- Featured Presentations ------------
Megacities: Soot from Chicago to Mexico City Dr. Jeff Gaffney
Argonne National Laboratory
Particulates in Air Pollution Dr. Martina Schmeling
Loyola University Chicago
Clean Cars and the Catalytic ConverterDr. Russell Johnson
Honeywell International
Chemistry and Astronomy Dr. Takeshi Oka
University of Chicago

Activities will include: Lectures, Demos, Contests, Prizes, and our world-famous Chemical Magic Show

The program includes: Scouts:   Earn a Youth Activities Badge

Exhibits include:

Additional resources:

Sponsored by: The Chicago Section of the ACS,   Phone:   (847) 647-8405,
        and The University of Illinois, Chicago

Additional sponsors include: BP, Aldrich Chemical, Dominicks, and Lab Safety.   We thank our sponsors for their generous support.

Driving Directions

From the north
Take the Kennedy Expressway to the Eisenhower Expressway westbound and keep to the right; take the first exit from the Eisenhower Expressway, which is Morgan Street; then take Morgan Street south one block to the campus.
From the west
Take the Eisenhower Expressway to the Racine Avenue exit; then go south to Taylor Street and east to Morgan and south to parking lot 5.
From the east
Take Harrison Street or Roosevelt Road; if you take Roosevelt Road, go west to Morgan Street and turn north to the parking lot.
From the south
Take the Dan Ryan Expressway and exit on Roosevelt Road (1200 south); go west on Roosevelt Road to Morgan Street; then go north on Morgan Street to parking lot 5

Updated 10/24/03