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Black and white photo of man and woman in a lab

For the Sake of Science

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Woman irritated by smog in LA in the 1950s

Fighting Smog in Los Angeles

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Old Friends

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Women wearing orange yoga pants and yellow sneakers

The Yoga Pant Problem

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Plate 7: Arrangements of elastic fluid particles

What’s in a Logo?

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Fizzy Water

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Vintage margarine ad

Butter vs. Margarine

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Portrait of refugee doctor

Refugee Doctors

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Fist and flask graphic

Political Science

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Old soda spray bottles in various colors

Fizzy Water

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Humphry Davy

Left Behind

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A 16th-century engraving of an alchemist adding a scorpion to a mixture. (Wellcome Library)

The Language of Alchemy

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Arie Haagen-Smit with lab equipment, 1961

The Flavor of Smog

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Illustration of a Pasteur-Chamberland filter

The Filter of Life

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Haeckel illustration of hummingbirds

Information Overload

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Coloring Chemistry

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Learn
P.S. Krøyer's The Iron Foundry, Burmeister and Wain

Future Calculations

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Carl “Speed” Marvel in PBI vest

Tough Stuff

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Robert W. Gore demonstrating the expansion of ePTFE, ca. 1982.

Robert W. Gore

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Maxine Singer, ca. 1963.

Maxine Singer

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Roald Hoffmann

Roald Hoffmann

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Donald Tomalia.

Donald A. Tomalia

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Phillip Sharp.

Phillip Sharp

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Mary Lowe Good.

Mary Lowe Good

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Hammond in her lab at MIT.

Paula Hammond

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Nancy Chang headshot

Nancy Chang

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Uma Chowdhry.

Uma Chowdhry

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Jacqueline Barton.

Jacqueline K. Barton

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Mildred Cohn

A First Lady of Chemistry

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Michelle Francl

Writing Bug

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Computer Sketch. iStockphoto.

The New Water Cooler

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German physicists from before World War II

Magical Thinking

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Musée des Arts et Métiers

Pour l’Amour de Lavoisier

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Paul Ehrlich.

Paul Ehrlich

Historical Profile
Mario Molina, left, and F. Sherwood Rowland at the University of California, Irvine, January 1975.

Mario Molina

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E. M. A. Chandler, ca. 1930.

Edward Chandler

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Donald Othmer as a young man.

Donald F. Othmer

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An 1830 engraving of Sir Humphry Davy, by G. R. Newton, after a painting by Sir Thomas Lawrence (1769–1830).

Humphry Davy

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Portrait of Berzelius. Edgar Fahs Smith Collection, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania.

Jöns Jakob Berzelius

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Carl Djerassi.

Carl Djerassi

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John Dalton, F.R.S., engraved by William Henry Worthington after an 1814 painting by William Allen, published June 25, 1823, in Manchester and London. Note the charts with Dalton’s atomic symbols lying on the table.

John Dalton

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Henry Aaron Hill, ca. 1976–1977.

Henry Aaron Hill

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Gerhard Domagk.

Gerhard Domagk

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Susan Solomon in her NOAA office in Boulder, Colorado, next to a globe showing Antarctica.

Susan Solomon

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Ruth Benerito.

Ruth Benerito

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Portrait of Jane Marcet.

Jane Marcet

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Søren Sørensen.

Søren Sørensen

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Dorothy Hodgkin in 1991.

Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin

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Gordon Moore at the Chemical Heritage Foundation in 2005.

Gordon E. Moore

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Felix Hoffmann.

Felix Hoffmann

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 Marie Maynard Daly. Queens College Silhouette Yearbook, 1942.

Marie Maynard Daly

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A photograph that William Henry Perkin took of himself at the age of 14—four years before he discovered the first synthetic dyestuff.

William Henry Perkin

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Professor Gay-Lussac, F.R.S.: Membre de l'Institut, Professor at the University of Paris &c.

Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac

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William Ramsay.

William Ramsay

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Mildred Cohn.

Mildred Cohn

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Stephanie Kwolek at a polarizing microscope.

Stephanie L. Kwolek

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Stanislao Cannizzaro. Edgar Fahs Smith Collection, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania.

Stanislao Cannizzaro

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Percy Julian.

Percy Lavon Julian

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