This Week on CENtral Science: Not Tonight, Deer; Trinseo’s Non-IPO; and so much more

Your July overlord here, folks. In my post barbeque haze, I forgot to round up last week's posts. Fortunately, there weren't any fireworks from Rachel! So this roundup is a 2 week-er. Tweet of the week: To the network: Grand CENtral: Announcing the #ChemSummer blog carnival! Newscripts: Amusing News Aliquots and A Federal Agency’s Birth Control Program … For Deer and Amusing News Aliquots and In Print: Electromagnet Embarks On Slow Ride, Takes It Easy The Chemical Notebook: Trinseo (Styron) Drops Its IPO The Safety Zone: Have a fireworks-safe Fourth of July and A caution on procedures in organic synthesis journals and Lab security is not just for the big guys and Friday chemical safety round up and Protecting a global lab workforce and Safety compliance as a route to better safety culture The Watch Glass: The most fundamental reaction in metal ion chemistry and Recombinant DNA: benefits and risks? and Chemistry of Fireworks and Pyrotechnics for the Planet and Ancient Fireworks and Mouse Test and Waterfowl Test and Happy 80th, Oliver Sacks! and AIDS: the molecular biology and AIDS: more molecular biology and Automatic Welder and The Goodyear pillow tank and The shatter-proof light bulb and Polyester chips and Concerns broaden over chlorine

Author: Carmen Drahl

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