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The American Chemical Society (ACS) displays the key roles chemists played in "expanding the frontiers of knowledge, advancing medicine and industry, and creating products from aspirin to zippers" at this website. Users...
Linus Pauling was one of the most important scientists of the 20th century, and he remains the only person ever to receive two unshared Nobel Prizes: the first was awarded to him for Chemistry (1954) and the other for...
PBS has created this site as a companion to its recent five-part TV series of the same name, which covered scientific advances in the last hundred years in the fields of medicine & health, physics & astronomy, human...
Imaginova, the producers of Space.com, have launched the new LiveScience.com website, covering "new discoveries, intellectual adventures, and the idiosyncrasies of the world around us." While the fascinating materials...
Professor Elizabeth Green Musselman of Southwestern University is excited about the history of science, and she's devised a rather ingenious way to get others excited about it as well. She's created a monthly podcast...
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