Best in Show: Chemistry Moles of 2013

Erin Perrine

Happy New Years, Bears and welcome to the second semester! In this new year, let’s take some time to reflect back on 2013 and the ┬ámoles that chemistry students (a.k.a. Mom or Dad) made. We’ve been through it all: the trials and tribulations of making a stuffed animal–it’s harder than it looks.

However, the twenty points of extra credit and subsequent five percent grade boost were well worth it. I admit, I find it unfair that moles like my own, poorly stitched with the cotton stuffing spilling out, received the same amount of credit as someone’s which had required hours of meticulous, dedicated work. So here to honor those worthy few, are the Best Moles of 2013.

1. Albert the Noble (Gas) Mole by Alex Thayer

2. Life of Mol by Beethoven Gerber

3. Holy Moly by Hailey Lofgren

4. Einsteinium Mole by Talia Missan

5. Berkelium Mole by Jen Kelly

6. Silver Mole by Tara Fahimi

7. Lead Mole by Annalisa Crowe

8. A Mole is a Currency by Sana Sheikholeslami

9. Heisenberg Mole by Erik Shelton

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MABN Moles, a set on Flickr.
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4 Responses to “Best in Show: Chemistry Moles of 2013”

  1. Sierra on January 13th, 2014 11:25 am

    I think it is great that so many of the moles are focused on chemistry ideas this year: they are so creative!

  2. Patrick on January 16th, 2014 9:02 pm

    Wow that brings up great memories from Nercessian’s chem class. It’s great that this tradition has continued.

  3. dbalestra on January 20th, 2014 4:43 pm

    So much effort and creativity, I love it!

  4. nsilverman on January 21st, 2014 5:48 pm

    Love this project! Super fun :) I made Princess NaCl, but the moles in the pictures above are awesome compared to mine!