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100 Years of American Science

Over the past few weeks, I have been working on a project to topic model the American Journal of Science between 1819 (its first year of publication) and 1922; this journal, during much of the 19th century, was the only specialized scientific journal in the United STates.  900 more words

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Adam L. Shrier

Title: 1) Chemical Engineer, Management Consultant 2) Educator

Company: 1) Global Development Opportunities, LLC 2) Columbia School of Internal and Public Affairs

Location:  Washington, DC United States 117 more words


Anatoly Bezkorovainy, JD, Ph.D.

Title: Associate Chairman, Director of Educational Programs (Retired)

Company: Rush University Medical Center
Location: Sun Lakes, AZ United States


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MSU researcher wins American Chemistry Society grant

EAST LANSING — Research into stopping the degradation and failure of offshore oil transportation systems has earned Roozbeh Dargazany of Michigan State University an American Chemistry Society Petroleum Research Fund doctoral new investigator grant. 207 more words


Cool science: Watch water droplets navigate a maze

From the American Chemical Society. WASHINGTON — Have you ever seen a drop of water navigate a maze? It’s possible thanks to the same phenomenon that lets you know if a griddle is hot enough for pancake batter.

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Watts Up With That

Research, Documentality, and Industry

Maurizio Ferraris in his book Documentality: Why It Is Necessary to Leave Traces has argued that it is essential for all social systems (science, law, and the like) to create inscriptions or written traces in order to survive.  292 more words

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Professionalization and Combining Methods

In an earlier post I discussed some topic modeling I did on the Journal of the American Chemical Society (JACS).  That research showed that post 1892 (about 11 years after the journal begins publishing in 1879), there appeared to be a significant increase in discussion of methodology, society business, and other topics not directly associated with chemistry experiments.  532 more words

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