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In celebration of the international year of the periodic table (and its 150th anniversary!), the Minnesota Local Section of the American Chemical Society is pleased to announce the upcoming February 18th, 2019 Meeting:
The Periodic Table, Its Story & Its Significance
Presenter: Dr. Eric Scerri, leading authority on the history and philosophy of the periodic table
Eric R. Scerri is a chemist, writer and philosopher of science, of Maltese origin. He is a lecturer at the University of California, Los Angeles; and the founder and editor-in-chief of Foundations of Chemistry, an international peer reviewed journal covering the history and philosophy of chemistry, and chemical education.
He is a world authority on the history and philosophy of the periodic table and is the author and editor of several books in this and related fields. Dr. Scerri was a participant in the 2014 PBS documentary film, The Mystery of Matter. He has also written several books on the periodic table.
Eric Scerri attended Walpole Grammar School in Ealing. He received his BSc from Westfield College (University of London), his Certificate in Postgraduate Study from the University of Cambridge, his MPhil from the University of Southampton, and his PhD from King's College London.
Please see his website http://www.ericscerri.com for more information about his books and work.
When: Monday, February 18th, 2019
5:00-6:00pm - Lab tours
6:00-7:00pm - Dinner (menu provided by Kowalski's Catering)
7:00-8:00pm - Presentation
Where: Metropolitan State, Jason R. Carter Science Education Center (SEC),
Dayton's Bluff, St. Paul
Parking available at Maria St. Parking Ramp for $5; limited neighborhood parking
Cost: $15 Meal Ticket/$5 Student Meal Ticket; talk is free
Please RSVP by February 14th to James Wollack (firstname.lastname@example.org) and pay at the door by cash or check. Website is under construction and the Web Store is down until further notice