The Science and Practice of Underwriters Laboratories: Chargers and Safety

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Learn how Xplorlabs engages secondary students in the content, process and nature of science and engineering rooted in NGSS and the work happening in our laboratories.

Tuesday, May 18, 2021 | 5:00 PM (Central)

Lithium-ion batteries power a growing number of devices, from ear pods to energy-efficient cars. It is important to understand the varied chemistries and chargers that exist. Poor communication between a charger and a battery creates risk. What are the dangers? How can we prevent them? Join the conversation with UL Research Director, Judy Jeevarajan, Ph.D.


Invite your networks of teachers, community educators and students in STEM degree programs to join this discussion as well.

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