Get ready for a deliciously scientific night: TLU’s Chemistry CHAOS Night is back tonight

The annual Chemistry CHAOS Night at Texas Lutheran University is once again offering attendees a chance to explore the wonders of chemistry in a fun and interactive way. This year’s theme is “The Chemistry of Food and Cooking,” where visitors will have the opportunity to learn about the science behind the foods they eat every day through hands-on experiments led by Dr. Alison Bray, professor and chair of the chemistry department at TLU.

From making biopolymers to conducting candy chromatographs and tasting liquid nitrogen ice cream, attendees will be able to experience chemistry in a new and exciting way. Kids of all ages, from kindergarten through high school, as well as adults, are welcome to attend and participate in the evening of CHAOS. The event will take place at the Jackson Park’s Student Activities Center from 6 to 8 p.m. and is free and open to the public.

The Pi Rho Chemistry Club at TLU is hosting the event with the aim of educating and inspiring the community to learn more about the science of food and cooking. Visitors will not only have fun but also gain a deeper understanding of how chemical reactions occur in our daily lives through food preparation and consumption.

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