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ACS Science Elements

By American Chemical Society

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Science Elements describes cutting-edge research from the American Chemical Society, including ACS' peer reviewed journals and Chemical & Engineering News. This weekly podcast features discoveries in medicine and health, nutrition, energy, the environment and other fields that span science's horizons from astronomy to zoology.

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Brief overview of science developments

In a very short amount of time, you get a distilled version of promising science developments,

Something for all lovers of chemistry and science

Where else can you find weekly tidbits on chemistry? Other podcasts avoid it because it can seem dry or irrelevant to a broad audience. But Science Elements is spot on in creating a collection of science news stories that are interesting, rigorous, light-hearted, current, and relevant to any chemistry discipline and science generalists alike. Every podcast has a theme; listening to the speaker relate dissimilar areas of chemistry is part of the fun of the podcast. The source journal of the news story is always mentioned so you can look it up for more information. I have to admit, that the authors voice is a little dull, but he is easy to understand, and I wish the podcast was longer or included interviews or highlighted a single topic in more detail, but maybe that will come in the future. Overall, the podcast is delightful to listen to. I think chemists and scientists everywhere will enjoy it.

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  • Category: Natural Sciences
  • Language: English

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