Thanks to all of our teams that came out to Battle of the Chem Clubs this year! We had 120 participants and 12 teams that came out this year! The team had a blast in the morning completing challenges like Charades, Hidden Figures, Periodic Puzzle, and Precipi…..tation race. After that we went on to the fabulous Titrations race that was a close one! This brought us to the semifinals that were Olympic theme this year. Teams went through the biathlon, hockey, and curling! In the finals we had Hope College, Olivet College, and Kalamazoo College. Kalamazoo came out on top and won the Silver Sep Funnel! We look forward to seeing you next year!
Check out our YCC Facebook Page for more pictures from the event!
I am pleased to announce that registration is open for the 11th Annual Battle of the Chemistry Clubs to be held at Michigan State University. The competition scheduled for January 27, 2018 will consist of several events to test your team’s knowledge and skill as it pertains to the different disciplines of chemistry.
For those who are unfamiliar with the Battle of the Chemistry Clubs (BCC), this is an annual event which started between UM-Flint and the University of Detroit Mercy and has grown to 12 schools last year. The day will consist of morning events in which the teams (of 4+) will be scored and ranked. After lunch (provided by us), the playoffs commence. All teams begin the playoffs, but only one will bring home the coveted ‘Silver Sep Funnel’ Trophy.
To register your team for the BCC, please visit our registration link at:
In order to ensure adequate preparation, please register your team by January 20, 2018. If you have any further questions regarding the Battle of the Chemistry Clubs, please contact the Michigan State Younger Chemists Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 11th Annual Battle of Chemistry Clubs is sponsored by Emergent BioSolutions and American Chemical Society Michigan State University local section.
MSU Younger Chemists Committee
On October 28th, YCC participated in Chemistry Day at Impression 5 Science center in Lansing. October 22-28th was National Chemistry Week where we celebrate how much Chemistry Rocks! During our time at Impression 5 we showed over 150 young scientists how sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic rocks are formed using starbursts! A huge thank you to the volunteers and support the Impression 5 provided for the day.
Thanks to all of the great teams that came out to compete this year! Everyone had a blast with events such as: titration races, the escape room challenge, dry ice curling, chemistry Pictionary, periodic-table minesweeper, Jeopardy, and more! Check out the YCC Facebook page for more pictures!
The Battle of the Chemistry Clubs will be hosted at MSU on January 28th, 2017. The registration is closed.
If you have any questions regarding the Battle of the Chemistry Clubs, please contact us at email@example.com.
On January 11th, the YCC participated in Science Night at Pinecrest Elementary school. Our awesome volunteers awed the audience by making delicious ice cream using liquid nitrogen! Thanks to all the volunteers and also to all those who came out and enjoyed the ice cream!
The Battle of the Chemistry Clubs will be hosted at MSU on January 28, 2017. The registration is now open and can be found here. You have until January 21, 2017 to register your team.
If you have any questions regarding BCC, see its page or contact us using either our contact form or firstname.lastname@example.org.