The Pi Rho Chemistry Club at Texas Lutheran University is once again hosting its annual CHAOS Chemistry event, which provides an exciting opportunity for participants to explore the world of chemistry in new and innovative ways. This year’s theme revolves around food and cooking science, and attendees can expect to engage in hands-on experiments that demonstrate the scientific processes behind the food we eat every day.

Led by Alison Bray, Ph.D., professor and chair of the chemistry department at TLU, visitors will have the chance to participate in a range of activities such as making biopolymers, performing candy chromatography, and tasting liquid nitrogen ice cream. Children from kindergarten to high school as well as adults are welcome to attend this fun and interactive event.

The CHAOS evening will take place at the Jackson Park Student Activities Center from 6 to 8 p.m., with no cost for admission or registration required. It’s a great way for anyone interested in food science and cooking to learn more about these subjects in an engaging and entertaining way.

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