Missing the lab? Forgotten how to use a pipette? Perhaps you are a little rusty on calculating concentration?
Never fear, the Kitchen Lab team are here with a series of workshops that will help you revise and build confidence with those essential lab skills. Take a look at what’s on offer this semester
To view available sessions and register to attend, follow this link to the events page.
|3||Tools of the Trade||Get ready to head back to the lab! Trial different equipment used for measuring in the lab, learn how to make measurements both accurate and precise, practise making up solutions.|
|4||Titrations and pH: colour changing unicorn solutions||Practise doing a titration using a cabbage indicator solution and work through the relevant calculations.|
|5||Connect the dots: can your dilution make a perfect line?||This workshop focuses on the use of the spectrophotometer and developing and using standard curves.|
|6 & 7||Exploding marshmallows (and other experiments)||Pull all of your skills together to design and conduct an experiment. Then analyse and interpret your data and develop the outline of a scientific report.|
All on campus workshops are held at Gardens Point campus (GP O-304) on Wednesdays 1:30 – 3 pm and repeated at Kelvin Grove campus (KG S-106) on Thursday 2 -3:30 pm.
If you’d like to complete these workshops at home, online modules will be available for you to complete in your own time with a free take-home kit! Register your interest in a free kit at https://bit.ly/KitLabKit
To view and register for the sessions, follow this link to the events page.
If you have questions about the sessions, please contact the Kitchen Lab team at firstname.lastname@example.org