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Celebrating more than a century of the Faraday Discussions
Tales from the amazing life of the self-proclaimed ‘bride of science’
Why did scientists endure, while sciencers perished? Philip Ball examines the quirks of science’s lexical legacy
A simple droplet shows that there are still plenty of puzzles to ponder in everyday observations, says Philip Ball
Jane Marcet wrote what was to become one of history's most important chemistry books. Hazel Rossotti dips into her pioneering 'Conversations on Chemistry'
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