So Tell Me About TSCA Reform, Part II

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For an overview of the recent history of chemical regulation in America and the proposals to restructure it currently under consideration...
Links for March 30, 2015 (UPDATED)

Links for March 30, 2015 (UPDATED)

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CCI/Art Archive/Art Resource via nybooks.com  Inmates at a women's prison in Indiana took it upon themselves to research their...

So tell me about TSCA reform

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Perhaps you have heard: over the past couple of weeks, the Senate Committee on the Environment and Public Works has begun to consider a p...
Links for March 23, 2015

Links for March 23, 2015

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A short and vivid history of the color purple , or how the chemist William Henry Perkin inadvertently created synthetic purple dye, ...

When Bibliomania Came to America

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In 1809, the Englishmen Thomas Frognall Dibdin published a detailed description of a disease that w...

Vintage-inspired links for March 16, 2015

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telegeography.com "Metrics and standards" in court! Last week, the Supreme Court decided in favor of Amtrak and the US...

The Apple Watch and the history of capitalism (updated)

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Sel├žuk Demirel, from Le Monde Diplomatique , 1999 In the March 2015 issue of Harper's Magazine there's a terrifying article ...

Links for March 9, 2015

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Science Magazine is celebrating the centennial of general relativity with a special issue, which includes an i nteractive webcomic fe...

Dispatches From The Particle Accelerator

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Back in January, I was presented with a unique opportunity: the chance to walk inside of a particle accelerator. And I was really reall...
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