Cue the rimshots. American Chemical Society’s Reactions video packs a bunch of roll-your-eyes type jokes in to a short space. If you’ve got kids, grandkids or nieces and nephews, this is the perfect material to make them giggle – after you explain the science behind why it’s supposed to be funny.
As I write this I realize that some of you are already well into your celebration of St. Patrick’s day. So put down your green beer for a few minutes and watch this three-minute video from the American Chemical Society’s Reactions video series.
While I appreciate romantic comedies, I’d much prefer action movies with lots of explosions. I think it probably started with the 70s TV show CHiPS. Seems that every other episode Ponch or Jon were in some sort of danger that ended with colossal explosions and near-death experiences.
Forget American Idol, there's a new contest in town. A panel of three expert science communicators will provide feedback to five early-career chemists competing for the title of American Chemical Society’s Chemistry Champion.
Do I love thee? Let me check my dopamine and oxytocin levels and I'll get back to you. Oh – and if I do love you, I will exhibit the same behavior as a person seeking a drug fix: risk taking to get what I want and withdrawal symptoms if...
My name is Traci and I have never watched Breaking Bad. I've heard many good things about it and I always contemplated watching it, but time got away from me and seasons changed and I was worried I would never catch up. Yes, I know there's always Netflix. . .
I am thankful that I've never needed a remedy for de-skunking a dog. However, I'm sure I've just tempted fate. No worries, this video, which was the winner of a contest sponsored by the American Chemical Society (ACS), gives me the lowdown on getting the skunk stink out of my...