The It's Chemistry, Eh?! YouTube Contest challenges students in high schools across the country to communicate chemistry concepts in a fun and creative way. Suggested topics include the benefits of chemistry in everyday life, contributions of a recognized chemist and busting a commonly held myth about chemistry. Submissions are judged on educational value, accuracy of content, quality of information, ability to effectively communicate ideas, creativity, relevance to the theme and production value. The winners receive prize money to put toward further education.
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2014 Winners of the It’s Chemistry, Eh?! YouTube Contest
The Chemistry of Baking
Evangeline (Evie) McLaren Devenyi of Northern Secondary School
The Chemistry of Ant Bites
Shreya Jha and Judy Chen of University of Toronto Schools
Tied for Third Place:
Chemistry in the Wild
Julia Pandolfo and Laura Wu of University of Toronto Schools
Christine Jing and Yuke Guo of York Mills Collegiate Institute
Chemistry is Everywhere
What if Chemistry Stopped Working
Marta Skreta of Bishop Allen Academy.
What does Organic mean to you?
Emma Xie and Fangwei Chang
The Adventures of Chemistry Cat
Heather Tang and Benjamin Levy of University of Toronto Schools
Benjamin Pitfield of Crescent School
Chemistry: 24 Hours a Day
Natalie Ngo and Seiyon Sohn of University of Toronto Schools