10:00 am Doors opened to the public, and they streamed in to get seats for the first viewing of the Chemistry Road Show.
10:10 am Seats filled fast in the Arthur E. Martell Lecture Hall as people arrived to see the opening act.
10:23 am Chemistry graduate student, Abby Wooddell, teaches the audience about pressure using liquid nitrogen and an unusual flask stopper.
10:35 am Newly-hired Road Show employee, Mary Ellen Passarelli, makes "Elephant Toothpaste," which yields excited shrieks from the crowd.
10:47 am The grand finale! Various gasses trapped in ordinary balloons are set aflame with booming results.
11:10 am Students from various departments across campus teach science to eager children and adults at booths set up in the Chemistry Building.
12:15 pm Even faculty members get in on the act. Dr. Winfried Teizer, professor of physics, shows how to change liquid nitrogen into a solid by creating a conducive atmosphere.
12:37 pm Fun for all ages. The Chemistry Road Show has hands-on learning experiences for kids from 2 to 82.
1:20 pm Here, one of our physics professors shows participants some of the latest advances in laser technology.
1:45 pm Chemistry graduate student, Holly Sawyer, shows how household products (liquid detergent and baking soda) can be used to make an "explosive" volcano.
2:00 pm Using simple chemical reactions, a graduate student shows participants how to turn their ordinary pennies into "gold."