Book author (The Poisoner's Handbook). Blogger (Wired Science). Journalist. Professor (The University of Wisconsin). Chemistry Geek (Total).
us1.campaign-archive1.com — your feedback has been tremendously important to guiding the growth and focus of the conference, the community and now the organization. We read your feedback forms as soon as they come in, and then we reread them a couple of times throughout the year, making sure to learn from your feedback.
thechart.blogs.cnn.com — Hospital-acquired infections are a huge problem in the United States. Wouldn't it be amazing if they could be prevented merely through the materials used in the hospital room?Researchers at the Medical University of South Carolina explored covering key surfaces in hospital intensive care units in co...
latimes.com — PORTLAND, Ore. - Proponents of fluoridating Portland's water supply had no trouble getting the local Urban League on board. Here in the biggest city in the country that still doesn't treat its water to prevent tooth decay , studies show that low-income children and kids of color have been hit hardest by untreated cavities.
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grist.org — Wim Noorduin A team of scientists at Harvard have discovered how to make crazy, beautiful, very tightly controlled shapes that are so tiny they're invisible to the naked eye. Just by making simple changes in the environment in which salt and silicon crystals grow, they've made gardens of flower-like structures.
wired.com — WIRED magazine is seeking four editorial fellows for the second half of 2012. These fellowships are based in the magazine's San Francisco office and are full-time. The next round will begin July 2, 2012 and end December 28, 2012. Editorial fellowships focus on the Play section, the Start section, gadgets research, and fact-checking.
phenomena.nationalgeographic.com — It's easy to forget sometimes that evolution is always a work in progress. We contemplate the eye or look upon an oak tree, and ask, how could they be any better? Somehow, in those moments of awe, we forget about detached retinas and sudden oak death.
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