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Magazine articles on modern history.
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Chemistry World
March 15, 2013
Philip Ball
Clairvoyant chemistry A strong contender for the strangest book ever written about chemistry is Occult chemistry by Annie Besant and Charles Leadbeater published in 1909. mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
Information Today
March 7, 2013
Readex to Launch Digital Edition of American Pamphlets The digital collection American Pamphlets, Series 1, 1820-1922: From the New-York Historical Society will be introduced in late spring 2013 by Readex, a division of NewsBank. mark for My Articles 25 similar articles
National Defense
March 2013
Readers Sound Off on Recent Stories Readers comment on new soldier weapons, countering pirates at sea, and clarify the history of World War II. mark for My Articles 70 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 4, 2013
Richard III body found under Leicester car park The mortal remains of England's battle king Richard III have been found, bringing to a close a mystery that has puzzled scholars for centuries. Analytical tests on a skeleton found under a Leicester car park have confirmed the last resting place of the final king in the Plantagenet line. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
February 2013
Phreaking Out Ma Bell We learn how a buccaneering young engineer built the little blue box that broke into the biggest network in the world in Phil Lapsley's Exploding the Phone: the Untold Story of the Teenagers and Outlaws Who Hacked Ma Bell. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
January 16, 2013
Katie Johnston
The Messy Link Between Slave Owners and Modern Management Harvard-Newcomen Fellow Caitlin C. Rosenthal studies the meticulous records kept by southern plantation owners for measuring the productivity of their slaves, some of which were forerunners of modern management techniques. mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 9, 2013
Philip Ball
Righting history Every chemistry student can benefit from some understanding of their subject's evolution, and they deserve more than comforting myths. mark for My Articles 154 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 7, 2013
Laura Howes
Digging up ancient drug formulations Some of the medicines we take today, such as aspirin, have a long history. But analysis of drugs found in an ancient shipwreck that sank in the second century BC threw up some compounds that are still being used by the medical profession today. mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
October 8, 2012
Julia Hanna
The Immigrants Who Built America's Financial System In The Founders and Finance, Harvard Business School business historian Thomas McCraw lays out in fascinating detail how immigrants Alexander Hamilton and Albert Gallatin became essential to the nation's survival. mark for My Articles 9 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 5, 2012
Matthew Turnbull
The science and history of alcohol Alcohol and Its Role in the Evolution of Human Society by Ian Hornsey, covers an immense amount of ground for readers unfamiliar with the fundamentals of brewing technology, metabolic pathways and plant biology. mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
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