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A Date with Science: Dinner and Dessert Chemistry

Thu, Feb 28, 2013, 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM
LOCATION: Caruthers Hall, Room 1021

In collaboration with the Chemical Society of Washington (CSW), a local chapter of the American Chemical Society (ACS), Marymount is hosting this webinar entitled, A Date with Science: Dinner and Dessert Chemistry. Dr. Deana Jaber, MU assistant professor of chemistry and a manager at the CSW, worked with the Marymount Science Club to arrange the event.

Featured Speakers
- Sally Mitchell is a nationally recognized educator and chemist, best known for her presentations on incorporating food chemistry into the classroom. She teaches chemistry at East Syracuse Minoa High School and is working on her doctorate at Syracuse University in Chemistry Education.

- Guy Crosby is a science adviser for America’s Test Kitchen. He worked as a scientist and research director in the agricultural-products and food-ingredients businesses for more than 30 years. A professional member of the American Chemical Society, he is a popular speaker on the science of cooking.

What You Will Learn
- The chemical reactions that release robust flavors
- How to boost the flavor in food by altering its preparation
- The chemistry of sugar and how we detect sweetness
And much more…

This webinar is provided by ACS Webinars and ACS Younger Chemists Committee.