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Pre-Conference Symposium • October 18
Delta Hotel by Marriott & Radisson Hotel - Edmonton South
Gateway Blvd & 44 Ave, Edmonton, Alberta
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Pre-Conference Symposium - October 18
Registration for the Pre-Conference Symposium has closed.
--Arrive at the Delta Hotel between 7:30 - 8:00 am on October 18th to pick up your registration package.--

Morning: 9:00am-11:00am - Dr. Boom (provided transportation leaves from the Delta Hotel at 8:15am)

Lucio Gelmini, PhD (Dr. Boom)
Assistant Professor, Chemistry
MacEwan University
This session will feature, the aptly named, Dr. Boom showcasing his travelling science show. Participants will have an amazing opportunity to be (re)introduced to the wonders of science through Dr. Boom's sometimes explosive (quite literally!) chemistry demos.
Dr. Gelmini's background is in organometallic chemistry (catalyst), which has included some bio-inorganic chemistry. He has focused mainly on general chemistry and inorganic chemistry. He enjoys performing chemistry demonstrations in class and, as a member of the board of directors for the Alberta Science Network (ASN), he visits kindergarten to Grade 12 classrooms to give chemistry/science demonstrations to encourage interest in careers in science. He is a member of the executive of the Chemical Institute of Canada, Edmonton section.
Dr. Gelmini gives "chemistry all around you" presentations to the public and to students in kindergarten through Grade 12. 
Lunch (included)
Afternoon: 1:00pm -3:00pm   Nanotech Tour (U of A) 
(transportation back to the Delta Hotel provided)
Discover Nanoscience at NINT (National Institute for Nanotechnology)   
~Sponsored by CMASTEFaculty of Education, University of Alberta~
Canada supports research and development in nanoscience at one of the leading nanotechnology institutes in the world -- The National Institute for Nanotechnology -- located on the University of Alberta campus.  Here in this $52 million dollar interdisciplinary facility, scientists in many disciplines, work with engineers, technicians and others to advance the science of the extremely small.  This hands-on, interactive session will take you on a tour of this facility, including their state-of-the-art electron microscope suite.  We will introduce you to some of the amazing things that are being done using these instruments.  Using a tabletop scanning electron microscope, you will be able to prepare, mount, view and capture images with objects that you choose, and learn the art and science of electron microscopy first-hand. 
 Hope to see you there!
 Cost: $75.00  (lunch included)
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