Bytesize Science Archive: 2011

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The Scoop on Solar Power
Did you know that if humans were able to harness all of the energy that the sun delivers to Earth, this would provide enough electricity to power nearly 10,000 Earths? To learn more about how the sun might help power tomorrow’s homes, check out our latest audio podcasts to get the full scoop on solar power.

How Students are Building Tomorrow’s Solar Homes - Part One:


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How Students are Building Tomorrow’s Solar Homes - Part Two:


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How Solar Power Works - Part One:

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How Solar Power Works - Part Two:

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2011 Earth Day Podcasts: Water in the Environment – Part 2
An awareness of water, its sources, and the importance of water purity
with its relevance to sustainability will be promoted.
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2011 Earth Day Podcasts: Water in the Environment – Part 1

An awareness of water, its sources, and the importance of water purity
with its relevance to sustainability will be promoted.
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Intro theme and sound effects by Adam Dylewski; “Whimsy Groove”
by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com);

Bytesize Science episode music by Genghis Attenborough, bebeto,
anbo, swuing, Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com).

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How to Participate during the Press Conferences

To ask questions during a press conference, go to each event listed below and click on the link in the description, which will take you to a Vimeo page. On the right side of the page, you'll find a chat window. No login is required, but you will need to create a username and accept the terms of service and privacy policy to post as a guest, or you can use your Facebook login information.

Check back here for live press conferences on March 22 and 23. Note that it might be necessary to refresh your web browser to view updates.

ACS Fall Press Conferences Archives Below

For completed press conferences, please check the Vimeo video playlist below. The press releases discussed in the press conferences can be accessed here: LINK TC.

The American Chemical Society (ACS) is a nonprofit organization chartered by the U.S. Congress. ACS’ mission is to advance the broader chemistry enterprise and its practitioners for the benefit of Earth and its people. The Society is a global leader in providing access to chemistry-related information and research through its multiple research solutions, peer-reviewed journals, scientific conferences, eBooks and weekly news periodical Chemical & Engineering News. ACS journals are among the most cited, most trusted and most read within the scientific literature; however, ACS itself does not conduct chemical research. As a specialist in scientific information solutions (including SciFinder® and STN®), its CAS division powers global research, discovery and innovation. ACS’ main offices are in Washington, D.C., and Columbus, Ohio.

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