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Catalina Council Boy Scouts Partner With Sanofi US Tucson Research Center to Host First-Ever Chemistry Merit Badge Program
Date:1/19/2012

TUCSON, Ariz., Jan. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Catalina Council of the Boy Scouts of America announced today that approximately thirty Boy Scouts in Arizona will complete the Chemistry Merit Badge requirements through an event hosted by the Sanofi U.S. Research Center based in Oro Valley, Arizona. Boy Scout participants will have the chance to interact with leading healthcare industry biologists and chemists, under whose guidance they can participate in activities geared toward badge completion.

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"We are proud to partner with Sanofi to pioneer this Chemistry Merit Badge program to further develop the scientific knowledge and interest of our Scouts," said Justin Rice, District Director, Catalina Council, Boy Scouts of America.  "Working with one of the leading healthcare companies to develop one-of-a-kind programs like this allows us to continue to help young men reach their individual goals and underscores the commitment of the Scouts to our community."

This Chemistry Merit Badge Day, developed jointly by the Catalina Council and Sanofi U.S., will provide 30 Boy Scouts between the ages of 11 and 16 the opportunity to rotate through five stations focused on chemistry in the Sanofi labs.  As the Scouts journey from station to station during the day, they will learn about personal protective equipment, gases, solids and liquids, and how matter changes with environmental conditions, among other topics.

"We are proud to support the Boy Scouts in our community through the Chemistry Merit Badge program and look forward to increasing interest in science among Arizona's youth," said Mark Pincus, Research Investigator, Biochemistry & Cell Biology, Early to Candidate Unit, Sanofi U.S., a former Boy Scout and current Assistant Scoutmaster of Troop 299 in Oro Valley, AZ.  "Our s
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