Next month, on May 5th, the American Chemical Society (ACS; Washington, D.C.; http://www.acs.org) and more than 200 other private- and public-sector organizations representing more than 6.5 million science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) professionals will celebrate the first National Lab Day. At the most basic level, National Lab Day aims to inspire a wave of future innovators and foster U.S. competitiveness by improving the quality of STEM education in America. In a broader sense, though, the initiative is an acknowledgement of the greater prominence that STEM education and careers hold in some parts of the world and reminds all of us — regardless of nationality — of the value in engaging our children in the fascinating relevance of the chemical engineering profession....
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