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Chemistry World
January 8, 2016
Derry Jones
Atomic -- the first war of physics and the secret history of the atom bomb, 1939--49 Jim Baggott, aims to describe the competitive actions of several countries in what became a race involving the UK, Canada, the US, Germany, the USSR, (and even Norway up to June 1940). mark for My Articles similar articles
Information Today
January 5, 2016
British Library Makes Digitization Progress on Historic Maps The British Library is a quarter of the way through its project to re-catalog, digitize, and conserve King George III's collection of 50,000 maps dating from around 1500 to 1824. mark for My Articles similar articles
Information Today
December 17, 2015
GPO Signs Up to Help Preserve Historical Government Technical Reports The U.S. Government Publishing Office became the first federal agency to join the Technical Report Archive & Image Library. The organizations will work together to advance free public access to government information mark for My Articles similar articles
Information Today
December 15, 2015
Gale Debuts 19th-Century Crime and Punishment Collection Gale launched Crime, Punishment, and Popular Culture, 1790-1920, its new primary-source archive of more than 2 million pages of material on 19th-century history, literature, law, and criminal justice. mark for My Articles similar articles
Chemistry World
December 8, 2015
Geri Kitley
Science in Wonderland -- the scientific fairy tales of Victorian Britain Melanie Keene brings together texts from Victorian times that have fictionalized science in some way to make it more accessible to a younger audience. mark for My Articles
Chemistry World
December 7, 2015
Emma Stoye
Dress dye analysis points to fast-moving fashion in 19th century A chemical analysis of the purple threads from silk dresses dating back to the 19th century has shed new light on the early trade and manufacture of synthetic dyes. mark for My Articles similar articles
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