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Clara G. Herrera
I am a mama, science teacher, writer, and artist. I do not col...
Mahatma Gandhi is attributed with saying, "Be the change you wish to see in the world." Although there is no empirical evidence
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The 4 Newest Elements On The Periodic Table May Soon Have New Names
The proposed monikers are now up for public review.
Mom Creates Periodic Table Battleship Game To Teach Her Kids Chemistry
When they play, they’re in their element.
An Ode to Henry Moseley
Painter and poet
Henry Moseley was an English physicist who had a major impact on our understanding of what an atom of an element is made of and how we should arrange these elements in the periodic table, and doing all of this before he was killed in action in the First World War at only 27.
Our Ephemeral Periodic Table
The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, better known by its acronym IUPAC, has announced that four new elements 113, 115, 117 and 118 will receive their permanent seats at the Periodic Table, thereby completing the heretofore incomplete seventh row.
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The Periodic Table Has 4 Brand New Elements
"To scientists, this is of greater value than an Olympic gold medal."
Five Future Predictions That Will Leave You Reeling
Selene Nelson is a freelance writer and blogger currently trav...
While skeptics may put it down to chance or informed guesswork, believers insist that these predictions are proof of the higher brain power that many humans apparently possess.
New Super-Heavy Element 117 'Ununseptium' Confirmed By Scientists
By LiveScience, LiveScience
Düllmann and his colleagues say their findings, published today (May 1) in the journal Physical Review Letters, are a step
Young Scientist Shows Off His Own Periodic Table (VIDEO)
"People call me Cos, so my favorite element is osmium. It's just like one letter away from being Cosmium," he said. This
10-Year-Old Scientist Creates His Own Periodic Table
Experts may have all the answers, but let's face it: kids have all the best questions. Today, 10-year-old Cosmos shares his passion for the periodic table of elements.
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'Periodic Table Of Pride' Kickstarter Depicts Reasons For Gay Pride In Chemistry Class Format
The original idea was an "alFABet" poster, but we were quickly overwhelmed with the number of important people who would
Atomic Weights Changed For Gold, 18 Other Chemical Elements
By LiveScience, LiveScience
Though the changes seem miniscule, they could have practical implications for research. praseodymium: from 140.907 65(2) to
New Element 115, Ununpentium, May Join Periodic Table
The periodic table of the elements has grown ever since the first version was published by Dmitri Mendeleev in 1869. And
The Four Elements
Today we talk about chemical reactions occurring not only here on Earth, but even in the interstellar medium. We may have lost the naïve simplicity, but we have gained the understanding, precision, and predictive power.
The Periodic Table Covers 'Call Me Maybe'
After all, everyone else has done it.
PHOTOS: Periodic Table Of Cupcakes
Periodic Table Adds Two Superheavy New Elements
A full report of has been published in the journal Pure and Applied Chemistry. Scientists from the international overseeing
Periodic Table Of Storytelling
Pick a few squares that look interesting or familiar. Search for them here: [link] Warning: you will probably not emerge
A Chemist Explains Why Gold Prices Have Been Soaring
The periodic table lists 118 different chemical elements. And yet, for thousands of years, humans have really, really liked
CULTURE & ARTS
Vijay Iyer's Life in Music: "Striving is the Backstory..." (AUDIO)
Host of Open Source from Brown University
Could we talk, I inquire, about the space he seems to be building out between cultures and eras, between East and West, between
The Periodic Table Of Cupcakes (PHOTO)
THE WORLD POST
Periodic Table Gets New "Super Heavy" Element, To Be Named By German Scientists
The ubiquitous periodic table will soon have a new addition - the "super-heavy" element 112. Read more on BBC News
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