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Food Chemistry in the High School Classroom

 
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ACS ChemClubs

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Summary: ACS High School ChemClub

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FDA / NSTA Partnership in Food Science

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Summary: What captures the interest of students? FOOD! Using the food they eat to bring life science, chemistry, nutrition, and biology concepts to middle level and high school students is the basis of a collaborative program between NSTA and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

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Food Chemistry in the High School Classroom

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Summary: September 22, 2011, Web Seminar Recorded Archive

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Food Chemistry in the High School Classroom.ppt

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Summary: September 22, 2011, Web Seminar PowerPoint Presentation

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Harold McGee’s Blog

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Summary: I write about the science of food and cooking: where our foods come from, what they are and what they're made of, and how cooking transforms them.

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High School Chemistry Education Resources

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Summary: Classroom Resources

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Institute of Food Technologist

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Summary: Within the IFT community, each day brings new discoveries, exciting innovations, unique applications, and new conversations.

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Archive: Food Chemistry in the High School Classroom, September 22, 2011

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Summary: This Web Seminar took place on September 22, 2011 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time. Presenting was Michael Tinnesand, former Associate Director of the ACS Education Division and Sally Mitchell, chemistry teacher at East Syracuse Minoa High School,...