This is a great opportunity to network and pitch our film to plastics manufacturers, university professors and students in the plastics fields.
in the Plastics Hall of Fame.)
For the opportunity to meet and network with alumni and friends and learn more about Plastics 4.0 at UMass Lowell, we will attend their Department of Plastics Engineering reception and dinner on May 8th.
We strongly support UMass Lowell’s efforts to encourage students to learn the latest developments in plastics. Please consider making a contribution to sponsor a student’s attendance at NPE2018. Gifts of $250 or more will sponsor one student’s place at the conference. Every gift makes a difference.
For information, contact Sally_Washburn@uml.edu, 978-934-4821.
After the 4th Nor’easter struck the East coast cancelling a trip to Philadelphia, the next week, Marc and Hugh drove to the City of Brotherly Love to view the short version of the documentary film, “The Instrumental Chemist” at the Science History Institute (formerly The Chemical Heritage Foundation).
The screening at the Pequot Library in Southport, Connecticut was tremendously gratifying. The audience of 65, were enthralled and asked challenging questions during the Q&A. Some technical and philosophical questions were answered by Edward Werner Cook, chemistry professor at Tunxis Community College in Farmington, CT.