Congratulations to the 2019 National You Be The Chemist Challenge® Champion, Anurag Sodhi! Anurag, a 7th grader from Ellicott City, MD, competed in 10 tough rounds of questions, including a single-elimination tiebreaker round at the end of the competition, to win the National Challenge on June 17. Congratulations, Anurag!
The 2019 You Be The Chemist National Challenge® participants have been announced! These 42 students won at the state level and will compete in Washington, DC on June 17 for the National Challenge Champion title! ALABAMA Neil S. Grade Level: 7 ALASKA Destin K. Grade Level: 8 ARIZONA Abhinav C. Grade Level: 8 ARKANSAS Robert B. Grade […]
February 20, 2019 – February 20, 2019 1425 Linn St. Map and Directions | Register Description: This wokshop has been postponed due to academic scheduling conflicts. New date and time are pending and will be updated when finalized. This Essential Elements workshops is for educators at the Cincinnati College Preparatory Academy only. If you are […]
This year is the 150th anniversary of the discovery of the Periodic System, which created a common language for science. To celebrate, CEF launches its redesigned Periodic Table.
All schools participating in the 2018-2019 Challenge Cycle must register online by January 22, 2019.
Long-time sponsor BASF shares why You Be The Chemist improves the quality of chemistry education.
Everyone can now download the You Be The Chemist Activity Guides for FREE! These resources are filled with 50 hands-on science activities for students in grades K-8 and can be done anywhere – no lab required.
CEF is an official supporter of National Chemistry Week, taking place October 21-27, 2018!
A third-time National Challenge contender, Shreyas Arcot from Virginia this year cinched the National Championship title! A seventh-grade student, he was one of 42 Participants to compete at the June 18, 2018 National Challenge.
CEF’s new Community Champions Program celebrates the on-going support that individuals in the chemistry industry provide to elevate the role of science and chemistry in learning and life. There are 14 Community Champions in 2018, and one Community Champion of the Year: Dow retiree Dr. Larry Sernyk!