Students received their own scientific journals so they could record notes and make pictures. Anna explained that chemists document everything they do, so they can make sense of what is happening and share the results with others. The other tools we saw and/or used were yeast cells, liquid nitrogen, petri dishes and pipettes.
|Liquid nitrogen was used - big wow factor!|
|Students were thrilled to receive their own science journals|
|Writing in a journal is slightly challenging wearing gloves!|
|Anna and her assistants prepare the yeast cells|
|Oliver practices using a pipette to see what cells change colors|