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Structure and Order: A century of symmetry

With Judith Howard

When the study of crystallography first began over a century ago, it would take scientists a year to read simple molecular structures. Technology advancements and corroborated methods have since shaped the crystallography landscape; enabling scientists, like Judith Howard, to solve simple ...

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Why Are Hot Peppers Hot? (And How Milk Helps)

You have probably had the burning sensation of eating a jalapeno or other tear-inducing pepper. What causes this painful fire in your mouth? The short answer is capsaicin. But what exactly is capsaicin? How does it work? Why do people drink milk to relieve the pain? Reactions has the chemistry to ...

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Thorium

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Thorium, element 90 on the periodic table.

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Gold Bullion Vault

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The Bank of England protects about £197 billion ($315bn) worth of gold, according to the mostly recently published figures.

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Burning Ping Pong Balls

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Burning cellulose ping pong balls.

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Raman's Nobel Prize (and walking stick)

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The Professor shares some treasures from the life of great scientist and 1930 Nobel Prize winner, CV Raman.

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How to give a good scientific talk

Are you giving a presentation at an upcoming conference, but not sure where to begin? Julian Rayner from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, UK, has plenty of tips to help get you on your way, and ensure you give a smooth and interesting talk.

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New Polymers for Solar Power

Scott Milner || Radcliffe Institute

As part of the 2015–2016 Fellows’ Presentation Series at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Scott T. Milner RI ’16 discusses current trends in solar power, how solar cells work, and how polymer-based materials may offer an attractive alternative to silicon.

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How to Make Graphene

Graphene is one atom thick, stronger than steel, harder than diamond and one of the most conductive materials on earth but researchers at Harvard University and around the world make this wonder material using several household items.

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Chemical Exposures and the Brain: The Flint Water Crisis and More

The Forum at HSPH

The water crisis gripping Flint, Michigan has exposed thousands of children to unsafe lead levels, triggering a federal emergency declaration and national conversation about basic public health protections. Lead can be toxic to the brain, and children can be particularly vulnerable. However, the ...

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