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What You Need to Write Better Chemistry Notes (and What Not)?

Chemistry is one strange subject. It begins with a simple substance and goes above complex polymers - and, down to subatomic particles. I have been writing a lot recently on how... Read more

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    NIAAA Alcohol

    Officials halt government study on moderate drinking funded by alcohol industryThe New York Times reports: “The extensive government trial was intended to settl... Read more

    The 16 June 2018 by   Dirkh
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  • Pauling’s OSAC Honorary Doctorate

    Pauling’s OSAC Honorary Doctorate

    Linus Pauling at Oregon State Agricultural College in June 1933. The 1933 commencement program stated that Pauling was “now acclaimed among the distinguished... Read more

    The 13 June 2018 by   Scarc
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  • What Makes a Man Attractive?

    What Makes Attractive?

    In many species female mate preference is influenced by signs indicating the health and robustness of the potential male partner. Rehm points to work by Versluy... Read more

    The 12 June 2018 by   Deric Bownds
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  • Socioeconomic Status Moderates Age-related Differences in Brain Organization...

    Socioeconomic Status Moderates Age-related Differences Brain Organization Throughout Adulthood.

    Work by Chan et al. (open source article) suggests that higher socioeconomic status (SES) may be a protective factor against age-related brain decline. Read more

    The 11 June 2018 by   Deric Bownds
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  • Pauling, Stanford and Activism – Part 2

    Pauling, Stanford Activism Part

    Linus Pauling and others protesting the dismissal of H. Bruce Franklin, September 1971. Credit: Stanford University Libraries.[The seventh and final post in... Read more

    The 06 June 2018 by   Scarc
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  • The Evolution of Sex Differences in Throwing

    Evolution Differences Throwing

    One of the most robust sex differences occurs in throwing. Men can throw (on average) much faster and therefore much farther than women, and this gap even exist... Read more

    The 31 May 2018 by   Andrew D Wilson
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  • Pauling, Stanford and Activism – Part 1

    Pauling, Stanford Activism Part

    [Part 6 of 7 in our series reviewing Linus Pauling’s years on faculty at Stanford University.]It should come as no surprise that, while at Stanford, Linus... Read more

    The 30 May 2018 by   Scarc
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  • The Myth of Healthy Drinking

    Myth Healthy Drinking

    Another meta-study demolishes decades of wishful thinking.Vox notes that "an impressive new meta-study involving 600,000 participants, published recently in... Read more

    The 25 May 2018 by   Dirkh
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  • Pauling, Stanford and Research – Part 2

    Pauling, Stanford Research Part

    Pauling in lecture at Stanford University, 1969. Photo by George Feigen.[An examination of Linus Pauling’s tenure at Stanford University. This is part 5 of 7. Read more

    The 23 May 2018 by   Scarc
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  • Pauling, Stanford and Research – Part 1

    Pauling, Stanford Research Part

    Pauling in lecture at Stanford University, 1969. Photo by George Feigen.[Looking back on Pauling’s tenure at Stanford University. This is part 4 of 7. Read more

    The 16 May 2018 by   Scarc
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