Monday, December 9, 2013

Decorating a Christmas ChemisTREE


I have been wanting to make one of these for a while. So this week I did, and installed it in our School of Sciences office. Even the biologists thought it was cool.

 

27 comments:

  1. Well done. It's more colourful than a decorated Christmas tree.

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  2. Now you just need to add a few presents underneath!

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  3. "Even the biologists thought it was cool." As they should. I believe I spy a little something for everyone.

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  4. Better Advent living through chemistry.


    ROG, ABCW

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  5. This is very cool...

    Leslie
    abcw team

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  6. How cool is that! Love it! You did a great job of putting it together. I'm impressed.

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  7. This is dazzling! One would expect to find this kind of Christmas tree in the science department lol Thanks for sharing! ~Curious as a Cathy

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  8. Wow! Delightful and so creative ~ love and the happy people in the photo ~ thanks, carol, xxx

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  9. very colorful chemicalxmas tree. innovative thought :)

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  10. it looks great! What a cool idea for sure! {:-Deb

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  11. that is so cool....and got me thinking..i am a school teacher and might have to see if i can build something similar with my kids...

    congrats on the potw over at hilary's

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  12. That's really neat. Well done, and congratulations on snagging a POTW!

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  13. just so cute!!! congrats on your POTW!

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  14. Very clever!! Congrats on POTW over at Hilary's!

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  15. Not even in my wildest dreams would I think of designing such a cool Chemistree...

    I bet this was a real delight for everyone to see this holiday season...

    Thanks for linking to the letter "D"!

    A+

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  16. Very Very cool!
    Blessings, Joanne

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  17. This might become a new tradition...I'm a Psychology major, but biology and chemistry are so closely tied. Really nice "tree".

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