Adam Equipment Present Scales and Balances at NSTA 2018

National Conference in Atlanta: March 15–18, 2018
Science on My Mind

Adam Equipment recently participated in the National Science Teachers Association conference, held at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. During the event, Adam presented a selection of balances specifically designed for student use, including the Nimbus precision balance, CB compact balance, Highland portable precision balance, and the TBB triple-beam balance.

Participants who visited the Adam booth had the opportunity to enter a drawing for free CB compact balances. The lucky winners included:

Edward Kremer, Kansas Community College, Kansas City, Kansas

Melanie Hoffman, Hancock Day School, Savannah, Georgia

Shannon Ventresca, East Cobb Middle School, Marietta, Georgia

Karen Newton, Flowery Branch High School, Flowery Branch, Georgia

Heather Zajdel, Philadelphia Federation of Teachers Health & Welfare Fund, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Kourtney Carter, Billings West High School, Billings, Montana

Saarah Broadbent, Explore Learning, Cornwall, Ontario, Canada

Leigh Steele, Dobbins Middle School, Powder Springs, Georgia

John Ford, Adairsville High School, Adairsville, Georgia

Twila McMullan, North Cobb Christian School, Kennesaw, Georgia

Suzelene Louis Charles, Holy Redeemer Catholic School, Kissimmee, Florida

Eileen Sullivan

Each year NSTA hosts a national conference and three area conferences on science education. Open to all science educators, NSTA conferences offer the latest in science content, teaching strategy and research.

The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA), founded in 1944 and headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, is the largest organisation in the world committed to promoting excellence and innovation in science teaching and learning for all. NSTA's current membership of 55,000 includes science teachers, science supervisors, administrators, scientists, business and industry representatives, and others involved in and committed to science education.