Psssst. The holidays are just around the corner. Need some ideas for your co-workers? Want bullet points for your own list to present to your family and friends? Well you’re in luck. I’ve been writing down cool gift ideas for a few months.
One speaker noted that a compressed air leak you can hear and feel will cost your plant $1,400 per year. Yikes!
I love Halloween. The decorations, the costumes and of course the pumpkins. In my mind, you are never too old to carve a pumpkin. There's something liberating about scooping out the guts and then taking a knife and creating a maniacal masterpiece.
I just read about five Swedish-based scientists who have been inserting Bob Dylan lyrics into research articles as part of a long-running bet. After 17 years, the researchers revealed their race to quote Dylan as many times as possible before retirement.
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.
If you've ever driven on the Indiana Turnpike into Chicago, you know you will pass through a few stretches of highway that smell like rotten eggs. It's not just in Indiana, it's in every state that features industrial manufacturing. I used to take a bus to work in downtown Cleveland.
Well it's about time. Lego brand toys is going to introduce a female minifigure set that will feature a paleontologist, an astronomer and a chemist.
just read about Chemical Heritage Foundation's (CHF) display Suited for Space, a traveling exhibition developed by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service and supported by DuPont.
If you've spent any time on Facebook, you've probably come across the page "I F*cking Love Science." It's loaded with great science-related content delivered with a snarky attitude. It's right up my alley. And I'm no stranger to cussing, so the name of the page is just fine by me.