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National Chemistry Week!

It's National Chemistry Week! Celebrate all things chemistry with our chemistry YouTube Playlist!
Chemistry YouTube Playlist

Adventures in Chemistry from ACS

Explore experiments, the secret science of stuff, games, and learn your science ABCs! 
Adventures in Chemistry

One-on-One with the Classy Chemist

Join engineer and TV host Tamara Robertson for an engaging conversation with The Classy Chemist, Dr. Yasmine Daniels. Did you know the many ways that chemistry impacts our daily lives?
Educators- check out this NGSS and CASEL aligned lesson plan for X-STEM All Access episode, One-on-One with the Classy Chemist! 

Live Science Experiments with

STEM Queen Jacqueline Means

Tune in with Jacqueline Means aka “The STEM Queen” and be amazed with her colorful science experiments. Learn about polymers, watch her make gummy worms, see explosive elephant toothpaste, and join in to make your own DIY lava lamp at home!

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All New- High Flying Role Models

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Join flight test engineer, Kate Gunderson, for a conversation with Airbus helicopter pilot Esther Beckett! Learn what it's like to excel in a career in aviation from this skilled Airbus helicopter pilot.
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Diving in with Sharks
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Join this Global STEM Ambassador and American Ninja Warrior for an exciting look at all things sharks with husband and wife shark researching team and Shark Week hosts, Lauren & Joe Romeiro.
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hear from Lauren Savage!

Lauren Savage is a spacecraft structural analyst and test engineer for Advanced Development Programs at Blue Origin. She is also a graduate student at Johns Hopkins University and a graduate student researcher at the Human Spaceflight Laboratory at the Johns Hopkins Medical School & Applied Physics Laboratory studying how the human body, particularly the vestibular system, adapts to a microgravity environment. 

Her background is in exotic and future aerospace vehicle development. She spent several years working at the Lockheed Martin Skunk Works on vehicles like the DreamChaser and X-59 (NASA's Low Boom Supersonic Demonstrator). She also worked as an engineer on the F-16, F-22, and F-35. Prior to this, she worked at American Airlines as a Project Engineer on Aircraft Interiors and Human Factors--everything from the ergonomics of business class suites to emergency systems like the bottled oxygen supplies and fire blankets. Learn more about Lauren during her takeover! 
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