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Magazine articles on modern history.
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Information Today
March 3, 2015
Adam Matthew Grants Free Access to American History Documents Adam Matthew made part of its The History of America in 50 Documents collection free until March 31, 2015. mark for My Articles 70 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 19, 2015
Phillip Broadwith
Generic: the unbranding of modern medicine Jeremy Greene's book documents the evolution of generic drugs in the pharmaceutical marketplace, considering the interplay of scientific, regulatory, legal and political forces that shaped the path to modern healthcare systems. mark for My Articles 402 similar articles
Information Today
February 17, 2015
ProQuest Announces Digitization of Early European Books ProQuest released the first 2 million pages -- about 5,800 books -- from its digitization project of rare, historical works at the National Library of France. mark for My Articles 188 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 27, 2015
Philip Ball
The spirit of the matter De diversis artibus, a treatise written in the 12th century by a German Benedictine monk named Theophilus, is a remarkable chemical recipe book. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 20, 2015
Matthew Gunther
Tomography allows ancient texts to rise from the ashes X-ray tomography has let scientists make out letters on this papyrus that was caught up in the eruption that destroyed Pompeii. mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
Fast Company
Matthew Braga
WWWTXT: The Oldest Internet Archive Daniel Rehn is an L.A.-based digital artist and curator, and he's spent the better part of the past decade vacuuming up old chat logs, Usenet and bulletin board services (BBS) archives, Gopher sites, computer backups from the old Internet. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 5, 2014
John Nicholson
The quest for aqua vitae: the history and chemistry of alcohol from antiquity to the Middle Ages The book is well written, extensively referenced, and covers a range of scholarly material on ethanol production from several disciplines. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 18, 2014
Alan Dronsfield
The chemists' war: 1914-1918 Michael Freemantle writes informatively for the general reader rather than the specialist chemist and arranges his material in stand-alone chapters so his book can be dipped into, rather than read from cover to cover. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
Chemistry World
October 30, 2014
Andrea Sella
Daniell's cell John Daniell (1790 -- 1845) was a British meteorologist who verified Faraday's theory of the equivalence of chemistry and electricity. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
Fast Company
Harry McCracken
Khrushchev Visits IBM: A Strange Tale of Silicon Valley History On November 18, PBS's American Experience will document the visit in a program titled Cold War Roadshow, with new commentary by Khrushchev's son Sergei. mark for My Articles 42 similar articles
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