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Press Release 11-013
National Science Foundation and NBC Learn Launch "Chemistry Now" Video Series

Videos celebrate International Year of Chemistry; available cost-free to students, teachers and fans of chemistry

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Chemistry Now with NBC Learn and NSF logos.

Weekly online video series uncovers and explains the science of common physical objects and the changes they undergo every day. Series premeres cost-free on the NBC Learn and NSF's Science360 websites and the NSTA blog.

Credit: Courtesy: NBC News-NBC Learn


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Image of a two mirror molecules with right and left hands.

From "'Mirror' Molecule: Carvone," an original NBC Learn video produced for "Chemistry Now," a year-long chemistry education, in partnership with the National Science Foundation.

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Image of the bottom bun, hamburger and a slice of melted cheese.

"Chemistry Now" consists of 32 learning packages that aim to break down the chemistry behind things such as cheeseburgers and chocolate or soap and plastics.

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Photo of Julie Yu making fresh cheese from milk and lemon juice.

Julie Yu, an NSF-funded scientist at The Exploratorium in San Francisco, makes fresh cheese from milk and lemon juice to explain "The Chemistry of Cheese" in a "Chemistry Now" video.

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