For #NationalPuppyDay, learn why your lil guy gets up close and personal with h…


For #NationalPuppyDay, learn why your lil guy gets up close and personal with his friends by sniffing their butts.

2017-03-23 23:37:42

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Debating what to have for lunch? Get some chips and dip. And while you’re at it,…


Debating what to have for lunch? Get some chips and dip. And while you’re at it, here’s how to make the best nacho cheese. Share your dip tips and tricks with us and maybe they’ll make it into a video!

2017-03-23 21:50:48

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The first noble gas compound, Platinum hexaflouride, was discovered #onthisday …

The first noble gas compound, Platinum hexaflouride, was discovered #onthisday in 1962. Noble gases were thought to be completely inert, but English chemist Neil Bartlett observed that mixing platinum hexafluoride with xenon formed the yellow solid xenon hexafluoroplatinate. This led to many more discoveries of noble gas compounds.
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2017-03-23 21:31:22

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We’re excited that Naveen Jain – philanthropist, entrepreneur and founder of sev…

We’re excited that Naveen Jain – philanthropist, entrepreneur and founder of several successful companies will be joining us at CMB 2017! Register for CMB and get our early bird discount now rsc.li/2eUBBcv

Naveen will be talking about future innovations, and what we as an industry could be doing now to tackle world challenges.

2017-03-23 20:35:05

Royal Society of Chemistry

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Why does toothpaste make orange juice taste bad?


Why does toothpaste make orange juice taste bad?

2017-03-23 19:46:56

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Fluorescence is pretty cool–here’s how it works.


Fluorescence is pretty cool–here’s how it works.

2017-03-23 00:29:51

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Selina Kermode, education coordinator for the Midlands, based at the University …

Selina Kermode, education coordinator for the Midlands, based at the University of Warwick, is spending the week bringing Spectroscopy in a Suitcase (SIAS) to rural schools in Herefordshire and Worcestershire.
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2017-03-22 23:47:13

Royal Society of Chemistry

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American physicist Robert Millikan was born #onthisday in 1868. Famous for usin…

American physicist Robert Millikan was born #onthisday in 1868. Famous for using oil droplets to measure the charge of an electron for the first time, Millikan went on to experimentally investigate the photoelectric effect corroborating Einstein’s theories. Millikan was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1923 for this work.
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2017-03-22 17:30:50

Royal Society of Chemistry

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Salt, no salt? Oil, no oil? Pasta cooking can be confusing, but we’ve got your b…


Salt, no salt? Oil, no oil? Pasta cooking can be confusing, but we’ve got your back. Here’s the best way to cook pasta.

2017-03-21 23:32:00

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