Loyola at a Glance
Students lead slime-making demo at Sally Ride Science Festival
April 16, 2010
Members of the Loyola American Chemical Society and adviser Kurt Birdwhistell, Ph.D., professor of Chemistry, participated in the Sally Ride Science Festival at Tulane University on Saturday, March 13. The group led a demonstration helping Sally Ride participants make slime and explaining the chemistry process involved.
Loyola University New Orleans students who participated included Keegan McCauley, a biochemistry junior from Grand Junction, Colo.; Inna Dizon, a forensic chemistry junior from Paranaque, Philippines; Alexa Triplett, a biochemistry junior from New Orleans; and Kei Osawa, a forensic chemistry junior from Irvine, Calif.
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