Name the new blue

Since scientists discover a new blue (see article HERE) Crayola has jumped on the bandwagon and are inviting the public to name the new blue because the scientists chose YinMn (pronounced “yin-min”) and well it’s not so catchy!

 

Unleash the power of your creativity! Submit your Name Ideas for the new blue crayon and be entered for a chance to win a $100 Crayola Prize!  Enter HERE

 

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Laboratory5 Inc. is a small business based in Tempe, Arizona

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Scientists discover a new blue

Discovered: The first new blue pigment in 200 years

Scientists discover a new blue, by accident of course, as is often the way with scientific discoveries. The color was discovered by chance by a group of Oregon State University chemists who were heating up chemicals to find new materials for electronics. They named it  YinMn (pronounced “yin-min”) which stands for the elements it’s made of: yitrium iridium, manganese, and oxygen.

 

They continue to search for a new stable, heat reflecting brilliant red, the most elusive color to synthesize.

 

At Laboratory5 Inc. We bring together all elements of STEAM and tie them up into a package to promote the work each individual is doing in their fields to celebrate this work. We produce experiences so that those unfamiliar with the glorious, quirky, nerdy qualities of all areas of STEAM can be explored as an adventure to explain these fields.

Laboratory5 Inc. is a small business based in Tempe, Arizona

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Science of Social Media for Creatives

Wednesday MAY 17, 2017 6 – 8 pm Mesa Art Center

Social media is just a place where the party is happening and you can pop in, say hi and pop back out again. It doesn’t have to be a hard, daily task. There are ways to totally cheat – let me show you how! But to be successful you do have to be social.

Creatives need social media now more than ever. Your social media plan is your marketing, it is the practice of building relationships with the people who can build relationships for you. Whether your audience, currently is small or large, you can reach consumers via social networks that your work alone may not be able to. There are ways to do this creatively without taxing your time. Want to know more? Join Cyndi Coon of Laboratory5 Inc. for an interactive talk to learn how The Science of Social Media can work for you as a creative.

Creative Catalysts brings you more FREE workshops for maker trying to make it! In this workshop, Cyndi Coon will talk about how to use Social Media as a creative.


6:00 pm: Networking & Refreshments
6:30 pm: Your Allies in the Arts Workshop

All workshops are free and open to everyone. Please RSVP to Jen Gastelum at jennifer.gastelum@mesaartscenter.com  Find out more information about Creative Catalysts

 

At Laboratory5 Inc. We bring together all elements of STEAM and tie them up into a package to promote the work each individual is doing in their fields to celebrate this work. We produce experiences so that those unfamiliar with the glorious, quirky, nerdy, geeky qualities of all areas of STEAM can be explored as an adventure to explain these fields.

Laboratory5 Inc. is a small business based in Tempe, Arizona

Visit our website: Laboratory5       Follow us on Twitter: @lab5     Become a fan on Facebook: Laboratory5
Contact Us at any time – we’d love to hear from you