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Working Chemists Today

A new 2003 release that introduces chemistry students to eight world-class chemists. Each of these professionals tells an inspiring story of his or her work and its implications in the 21st century. Students will learn to appreciate the diversity and the interdependence of chemistry studies today. Chemists interviewed include: Bruce Ames, biochemist at the University of California-Berkeley; William Barnes, biochemist specializing in asbestos studies; DeAnne Liska, student in chemistry and Vitamin K researcher; Regina Murphy, chemical engineer working on Alzeimer's Disease; Lloyd Smith, chemist working on the Human Genome roject; Bassam Shakashiri, national leader in chemistry education; Spencer Silver, 3M chemist who invented the glue for Post-It Notes.

This program also available as Part 2 of Modern Chemistry: An Introduction.

#611 Working Chemists Today, 1 live-action video (36 min.), guide ... Liquidation Sale Price (45 copies) $8.90 each $ 8.90 Add Item to Cart

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602 Modern Chemistry: An Introduction
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