The Chemistry World office is bedecked in tinsel, ready to celebrate the festive period. And as a thank you for celebrating with us, we’re going to send a Chemistry World mug to each of our favourite festive chemistrees!

On a recent trip to the chemistry department at the University of York, I spotted a different interpretation of the traditional Christmas decorations…

So we tweeted about it…

The making of chemistrees to decorate labs is not a new phenomenon, we found this one last year:

But we wanted to see more, so asked on twitter  – the response was phenomenal:

https://twitter.com/KyniskKjemiker/status/408622748450054145

They just keep coming!

https://twitter.com/CesarGtzQuevedo/status/412708504068042752

https://twitter.com/EmmaKCorbin/status/412943621852495872

https://twitter.com/krsimmo/status/413385629133996032

We liked these so much that we’ll pick our five favourites, and send a Chemistry World mug to each one – keep an eye out on our twitter and facebook pages to see which trees win!

 

A further trawl of twitter showed that we were not the only ones getting festive!:

https://twitter.com/alicethewxnted/status/410463819107143680

https://twitter.com/MeganKechner/status/408355936709799936

https://twitter.com/sc_areli/status/408619974651957249

https://twitter.com/TinneWeeney/status/410176875546542080

https://twitter.com/mbckenny/status/410363227084582912

https://twitter.com/alexonred/status/410839652099059712

See more on twitter using the hashtag #chemistree,

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