2012 Chemistry Demonstration Lecture

The Science Department presents a Chemistry demonstration lecture entitled “Molecular Gastronomy” by Dr Linda Sellou and company, NTU.

The objectives of this demonstration lecture are:
• to explain chemistry through general phenomena
• to facilitate connections between concepts and real life applications
• to introduce molecular gastronomy.

Besides an interactive lecture, students will have the opportunity to participate in Cooking Time with Chef Ryan where they not only prepare but also eat food in a chemical-free space! (By the way, Ryan is a PhD student of Dr Sellou.)

Interested students who do not have formal lessons, Support Class or CCA on 12 April, are welcome to attend the demonstration lecture. Please complete and submit the Registration Form below. Registration on a first-come-first served basis.

Date: 12 April 2012 (Thursday)
Time: 1430-1530h
Venue: Biology Lab 1
Class size: 24

Click HERE to register.

1 comment:

  1. Chemistry is one of the disciplines of science. It colours our life with the discovery of different hidden colours of nature and all the things necessary for making our life happier. The study of chemistry is a must for the advancement of society and for making mankind happier. Chemistry is concerned with rocks, minerals, non-minerals, air, water, plants, animals, other materials of organic origin earth atmosphere, interstellar atmosphere.