Author: Charlotte Anthony | Category: In The News | March 11, 2016
Graduate students from the UT Health Science Center worked with more than 100 K-12 classrooms from local schools to create 12 by 15 feet size tarps of all 118 periodic elements.
During the grand unveiling event on March 2, school groups, friends, and family members of participants watched as we combined all element squares at Gustafson football stadium to officially break the world record.
The entire periodic table was more than 22,000 square feet in size. To see more photos from the World Periodic Attempt, see http://tiny.cc/worldrecordphotos
The World's Largest Periodic Table is a lead up event to Science Fiesta, a free, family-friendly event to promote science in San Antonio. It was held Saturday, March 5 at La Villita Historical Arts Village. To read the story behind Science Fiesta, click here.
News articles about Science Fiesta
San Antonio Express News
http://tinyurl.com/sciencefiestaexpressnews To see the PDF version, click here.
Texas Public Radio
News articles about Science Fiesta World's Largest Periodic Table
KENS 5 & Kens5.com
News 4 San Antonio
Northside Independent School District
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