Science Quick Picks of the Past: June 2006 Selected Posts

From Science Quick Picks Archives: June 2006: Science News: Plastic from Fructose A New Biofuel: Biobutanol Pool Water Chemistry Plutonium Puzzle Solved Corks: Fighting TCA About the Importance of Fluorine Cornell University: Peter Debye wasn’t a Nazi Collaborator or Sympathizer Sweet Alternative Energy Source Quick Sites of the Day: WikiBooks e-Learning Guidebook Exhibition – Visible […]

Science Quick Picks of the Past: April 2006 Selected Posts

From Science Quick Picks Archives: April 2006 Science News: Global Warming Crisis Neutrino Missing Mass Mystery Solved iPod as Educational Tool Platinum Problems in Silicone Breast Implants All About Ethanol as Fuel Recent Advances in Nanotechnology Google’s Page Rank as a Citation Index From Paternity Tests to HIV: Kits, Kits and more Kits Laws of […]

Science Quick Picks of the Past: March 2006 Selected Posts

From Science Quick Picks Archives: March 2006 Science News: Neurochemistry: Sluggish Serotonin May Lead to Artherosclerosis Ice XIII and XIV New Ways of Producing Ethanol Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOF): Crystal Sponges Burying Carbon Dioxide for Enhanced Oil Recovery Wikipedia vs. Britannica Part II Peter Suber’s “Six things that researchers need to know about open access” Nisin […]

Quick Picks of the Past: February 2006 Selected Posts

From Science Quick Picks Archives: February 2006 Science News: Academic Job Market Einstein Mozart Connection Chemistry of Love Love = Brain Chemistry Resveratrol Again Noradrenaline Nanotubes Medical Applications How to Lower Cholesterol Aerogel Better Than This? Impossible!… Quick Site of the Day: History of Chemistry in Photography Are You Bored? Inside e-Learning More on Darwin […]

Quick Picks of the Past: January 2006 Best Posts

From Science Quick Picks Archives: January 2006 Science News: Electrons Dance Valid in Medical Research Only? Moving Closer to a Quantum Computer Flavor Industry Metallic Glasses Signs of Fraud? Quick Site of the Day: Murphy’s Laws Site Charles Darwin: Exhibit Earth Global Warming