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Tim Radford on Science Communication

At the risk of sounding again like Marie Antoinette to those who don’t have a convenient academic library on their doorstep, I’d like to mention a comment article in Nature by Tim Radford, formerly science editor at the Guardian. He … Continue reading

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Gooch’s crucible and the Zen of the Mole

My monthly Classic Kit article has just been posted to the RSC’s website. It’s about Charles Austin Gooch, the inventor of the Gooch crucible. As usual I overshot my word limit by several hundred words and my poor editor Phillip … Continue reading

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