Timeline of the Elements: Unveiling the Periodic TableExport this event to calendar

Saturday, October 26, 2019 — 1:30 PM GMT

Unveiling an International Masterpiece!

The Department of Chemistry and the Faculty of Science welcome all alumni, friends and family to a very special occasion as we celebrate the International Year of the Periodic Table.

We will be officially opening the Timeline of Elements exhibit: a large artistic mural, a mosaic portrait of the founder of the Periodic Table, and associated interactive displays depicting the discovery of the elements that make up the Periodic Table. This is an international collaboration comprised of 118 wonderfully crafted element tiles that have been created by students from 28 countries and arranged chronologically in order of discovery.

Please join us for the unveiling of this incredible project and to play with three interactive displays that promise to spark the interest of chemists and want-to-be chemists alike.  You can meet the pioneers behind this project, faculty chemists and researchers, as well as enjoy some light refreshments with us.

This event is free, however we would appreciate your registration prior to October 25, 2019.

Complimentary parking available in Parking Lot C.

REGISTER NOW!

The University of Waterloo would like to acknowledge and thank 3M for for sponsoring the depiction of the Timeline of the Elements Project.  We are most grateful for your continued support of Science.

Cost 
Free - complimentary parking available in Lot C
Location 
STC - Science Teaching Complex
Lower Commons, STC 0801
200 University Ave West

Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1
Canada

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