December 2012: Anshul and Varun launch a new blog on running Elementeo and life as freshman at Stanford.
August 2012: Elementeo V2 launches! Order one for Christmas!
A peak of 4 new cards in the newest Elementeo Chemistry Card Game (v2)
Elementeo (V1) and its founder have been featured in The New York Times, Scholastic, WIRED, PBS, and NPR. Elementeo (V1) has been presented at the National Academies of Sciences, American Chemical Society, Maker Faire, and National Association of Gifted Children Annual Conference and has excited students, teachers, and scientists alike as an innovative way of sparking interest in kids in science. A page with articles, press, and photos will be live shortly.
What People Have Said About Elementeo (V1):
“This young inventor has stumbled upon something that will stimulate minds and make people more interested in science”
- Dr. Tom Lane, Past President, American Chemical Society
(Dr. Lane bought 50 Elementeo games after they released).
“Elementeo teaches kids to see elements and compounds not as boring things to be memorized but as interesting personalities and powerful agents at work in the world.”
- Theodore Gray, co-founder of Wolfram Research (makers of Mathematica) and Popular Science columnist.
“Elementeo builds on games like Magic: The Gathering and Pokémon by appealing to kids with its fun factor, but also focusing on the education side. The world should take notice.”
- Peter Adkison, CEO of Hidden City Games and earlier CEO of Wizards of the Coast (the makers of Magic and previous distributors of Pokémon).