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Catholic University of America

The Catholic University of America (visited 9/13/16)

“I assumed it was going to be really, really Catholic here, but after I enrolled I learned that it’s as Catholic as you want it to be. 1,074 more words

College Visits

Into the blue. Environmental Chemistry Outreach Exhibit

Dear imaginary readers,

it’s with excitement that I can say I will be part of this amazing event curated by the Environmental Chemistry Group of the Royal society of Chemistry. 119 more words


Science slam: Enjoy learning science

A year ago I introduced some of you to the science slam world through my application. It’s about time to tell you about the consequences of that. 271 more words


Does Pittsburgh have a lead pipe problem?

The answer to this question is yes.

On January 27th 2016 an article appeared in the Pittsburgh Tribune entitled “Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority flooded with test requests amid lead concerns” … 1,086 more words


Meet the SAGE Trainees!*Updated*

The SAGE IGERT Fellowship at BCGC supports UC Berkeley graduate students conducting research related to green chemistry and green energy. The fellowship began in 2013 and now, two years later, there are nineteen trainees and alum doing amazing green work on campus. 238 more words

Environmental Chemistry

Electron microscope images of the mineral scale on lead water pipes

The image below shows the mineral scale on the insides of a lead water pipe with no phosphate added to the tap water.

The scale bar (……….) is 3 microns (a human hair is about 80 microns). 84 more words