Dr. Dean Campbell, Associate Professor in the Mund-Lagowski Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Bradley University, had the following to say about JDraper Glass. Thank you for your kind words, Dr. Campbell! It was our pleasure to host your group.
There is lots of fascinating chemistry associated with glass (my Bradley University colleagues Ken and Doris Kolb have presented and written extensively on the subject), and to appreciate glass properties one really needs to work with hot glass.  Yesterday, students from the Bradley University Chemistry Club visited the J Draper Glass studio to see a glassblowing demonstration and to participate in making their own glass paperweights. Jeremie Draper (in the gray and orange shirt) and her assistant Misty Long did an excellent job explaining the art and science of working with the glass.

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