Atmospheric Integrated Research at University of California, Irvine

Mallory Hinks in ACS competition

Date: 
Wed, 08/10/2016

AirUCI's Mallory Hinks, grad student in the Nizkorodov group, is participating in the ACS ChemChamps Competition for younger chemists to explain their research or chemistry in general to non-scientists. She has created a three-minute video describing her research and will advance in the contest based on the number of people view her video.  Lend her a hand, and click here to watch her video.
 
The ACS ChemChamps takes place over four rounds.

  • Round 1: Shoot a 3 minutes video about your chemistry research or a chemistry concept (12 advance based on judging and views)
  • Round 2: Shoot a 3 minutes video about a particular element (8 advance based on judging)
  • Round 3: Trip to Washington DC! Present your chemistry topic in a 3 minute live presentation at the American Chemical Society (4 advance based on audience votes)
  • Finals: Trip to ACS Fall Meeting! Make another 3 minutes video about your chosen chemistry topic. Present two 3 minute live presentations at the ACS Meeting.

The winner gets:

  • Another trip to Washington DC to network with professional science communications staff at ACS and attend a briefing on Capitol Hill
  • Host an ACS Reactions video
  • Join the National Academy of Sciences’ Science and Entertainment Exchange
  • A 3D-printed trophy!