Last week on CENtral Science: #ChemMovieCarnival, #ChemSafety, and #ChemEd

Doh! Apologies for not sending the weekly roundup out on its usual Friday afternoon. Adding insult to injury, there's no tweet of the week. I'll try to get a double-helping for you on Friday. To the network: Just Another Electron Pusher: #ChemMovieCarnival – The Absent-Minded Professor Newscripts: Chemistry of the Bar: Amaretto 101 and #ChemMovieCarnival: Dramatic Acid-Base Chemistry in Fight Club and Amusing News Aliquots and In Print: Mosh Pit Simulator Terra Sigillata: Why Chemistry Should Care About Humanities Higher Education The Safety Zone: Friday chemical safety round up and Stony Brook chemistry incorporates lab safety into Research Day celebration and Ripped from the pages: DHS lagging on chemical security, CSB has offshore jurisdiction, and hydrofluoric acid concerns The Watch Glass: Talking about global warming in 1989chemical forensics trace threat agents, pheromone lures control beetles, a book review of “African American Women Chemists,” and plutonium weighing helped open the atomic age

Author: Rachel Pepling

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