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Science Hideout Chemistry Website Dean Jarois | added on Mar 16, 2011 | United States www.Sciencehideout.net is dedicated to chemical education. It is a family friendly, safe environment to learn about chemistry and watch videos on experiments.
"All Our Yesterdays" Sheehan Misko | added on Mar 10, 2011 | United States All our Yesterdays: The pace of technological progress in clinical laboratory testing has been rapid and the lifetime of most analyzers is less than 10 years. To document and capture a special aspect of the history of clinical laboratory testing, Larry Kricka and Peter Wilding initiated this long-term project.
A Day in the Life of a Clinical Chemist Laboratory Sheehan Misko | added on Mar 10, 2011 | United States Peter Wilding, now an emeritus Professor at the University of Pennsylvania, was an assistant professor at the University of Southern California and a young clinical chemist at the Los Angeles County Hospital. This film demonstrates the remarkable journey of our profession and the astonishing advances make in almost a century.
History of Clinical Chemistry Sheehan Misko | added on Mar 10, 2011 | United States John Savory and Larry Kricka, professors at the Univ. of Virginia and the Univ. of Pennsylvania, respectively, who will recount the story of clinical chemistry, which spans from before 400 BC.
Honoring Marie Curie Sheehan Misko | added on Mar 10, 2011 | United States Susan Quinn, an award-winning writer of nonfiction books and articles highlights the 100th anniversary of Marie Curie (née Sklodowska, 1867–1934) receiving the Nobel Prize in chemistry for discovering radium and polonium, the latter named after her native Poland.