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Back in July 2013, the Russian fertilizer maker EuroChem, in a joint press release with Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal, announced it was planning to build a $1.5 billion ammonia and urea complex in Louisiana.At the time, the announcement was just one in a...
Silly samplings from this weeks science news, compiled by Sophia Cai and Bethany Halford.Veggie view: MRI of broccoli. Credit: Inside Insides via OffBeatFinally, the all-important medical techniques being used to create awesome Internet posts. Observe: MRIs...
Tweet of the week:Love when @google goes chemtastic! Awesome honoring of Dr. Percy Julian. #RealTimeChem pic.twitter.com/EjXDua9AuD Amy Lane (@biosynthesizer) April 11, 2014Before we head to the network highlights, just a note that this overlord will be taking...

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A few weekends ago, I was with my young boys at our local mall checking out the kids entertainer, Ryan Buckle & Friends: Science you can sing to. Ryan, the singer, intersperses his songs with science demonstrations. We were there fairly early for a Saturday...
Welcome to Your Favorite Chemical Reaction chemistry blog carnival!A total of 22 entries were received since C&EN Online Editor Rachel Pepling put out the call for posts earlier in the month. The writing was superb, the science spot-on, and the personalities...
Welcome to the live coverage of the Chemical & Pharma Blogging panel. Yes, this pharma blog is live blogging the pharma blogging session. It’s very meta. On our panel today is Derek Lowe of In the Pipeline, Ed Silverman of Pharmalot, David Kroll of...

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Rick Mullin's blog on the fine chemical business is always worth a read; his comments on Albany Molecular's recent move is no exception: This weeks announcement that Albany Molecular Research Inc. will acquire Cedarburg Hauser Pharmaceuticalsa $41 million...
I've been remiss in not updating from the latest on the criminal proceedings surrounding Professor Patrick Harran. According to the indomitable Jyllian Kemsley, it looks like the case is headed to an appeals court, based on the fact that the law might might...
Thanks to Jyllian Kemsley, I see that the CSB has a new video out, and it's about a chemistry demonstration gone horribly awry. It ended in severe burns to the face of one of the students:This Cleveland Plain Dealer article has a fairly detailed look at the...