This year, Professor Megan Ferguson is the winner of a KembloX(TM) basic system. The raffle has been organized at the 2018 Fall National ACS Meeting in Boston, MA.
Should you participate in the 2018, 256th Fall National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, between 19 and 21st of August, please drop by our booth (1832), which can be easily recognized, among others, by our logo.
You’ll get a Tootsie Roll (well, maybe even TWO) and a chance to win a free basic KembloX™ system. If you have time, you’ll learn about the latest developments in the life of KembloX™ and the latest applications of KembloX™.
We are looking forward to seeing you.
The KembloX team
Dr. Alison G. Hyslop is the winner of a KembloX(TM) basic system. The raffle has been organized at the 2017 Fall National ACS Meeting in Washington DC.
KembloX has been present at the 254th ACS National Meeting & Exposition, August 20-24, 2017, in both the Exposition section and as a communication in the Division of Chemical Education.
The traffic was very intense and we had to concomitantly present to several groups
The oral presentation has been well attended and followed with keen interest.
The KEMBLOX™ system is currently in beta phase. That means that working models are available and have been tested on various small cohorts of students and educators, with consistently positive feedback. The KEMBLOX™ systems are made in small batches by artisanal methods. We are currently looking for partners to bring production to large scale. If interested in becoming a partner, please contact us by phone at 401-847-7287, by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by snail mail at 30 Pond Ave., Ste. 2, Newport, RI 02840, USA.
KembloX™ is a system designed to enhance the experience of learning the chemistry of ionic compounds.
With KembloX™, learning transforms from “work” into “play”, giving educators and students a hands-on tool to help promote the learning and understanding of important chemical concepts regarding ionic compounds, both inside and outside the classroom.