Trine celebrates National Chemistry Week

October 25, 2017

slimeFrom left, Jennifer Meloche, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Science; Chloe Rahn, a sophomore forensic science major from Danville, Indiana; and Elizabeth Botta, a freshman forensic science major from Carmel, Indiana; make slime polymers Tuesday, Oct. 24, in Best Hall of Science as part of Trine University’s recognition of National Chemistry Week, Oct. 22-28. Sponsored by Trine’s ACS Chemistry Club and the Department of Science, the week’s activities also include blowing up pumpkins and liquid nitrogen ice cream.

Photos by Dean Orewiler

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