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Chemists may know James Harris as the first Black scientist to be credited with codiscovering an element. In fact, we referenced this in a previous episode of Stereo Chemistry about making superheavy elements. But beyond this memorable factoid, details about the accomplished nuclear chemist are scarce, and most sources repeat the same superficial i…
 
Rev. Dr. Mark Teasdale is an Evangelism Professor at Garrett–Evangelical Theological Seminary in Evanston, Illinois. https://markteasdale.net Let us hear from you: podcast@worldmethodist.org www.worldmethodist.org Connect with Rob on Social Media: @DrRobHaynes Find us on Social Media: Facebook Twitter Instagram…
 
Helium shortages can derail research and threaten expensive instruments that depend on the gas to operate safely. In late 2020, analysts predicted—and we reported—that pressures on the global helium market were likely to ease as new production capacity came online. Today, helium users are again facing price spikes and limited supplies, driven by a …
 
Rev. Luiz Cardoso is a pastor in the Methodist Church Brazil and works with the Message Trust and the Global Network of Evangelists. www.evangelists.global www.advancegroups.org Instagram @RevLuiz cardoso@hotmail.co.uk Let us hear from you: podcast@worldmethodist.org www.worldmethodist.org Connect with Rob on Social Media: @DrRobHaynes Find us on S…
 
Being a chemistry professor is a juggling act. But sometimes professors have too many balls in the air. How do they know which ones to grab and which to let drop? In this episode of Stereo Chemistry, C&EN's Leigh Krietsch Boerner sits down with organic chemists Sarah Reisman and Melanie Sanford to hear how they decide what projects to work on, what…
 
Rev. Dr. Dave Smith serves as Associate Professor at Indiana Wesleyan University's School of Theology and Ministry as well as Assistant Pastor at College Wesleyan Church www.profdavesmith.com Let us hear from you: podcast@worldmethodist.org www.worldmethodist.org Connect with Rob on Social Media: @DrRobHaynes Find us on Social Media: Facebook Twitt…
 
Imagine you’re an atmospheric chemist. There’s a pandemic. And public health officials release information about how the virus spreads from one person to another—information that directly contradicts your knowledge of how tiny particles move in the air. What do you do? In this episode of Stereo Chemistry, Jose-Luis Jimenez and Kimberly Prather talk…
 
Stuart Kellogg is Regional Cohort Director/Fellows Program at Colson Center for Christian Worldview Book: bit.ly/PostCovidChurchBook Web site: www.thepostcovidchurch.com Facebook Group: bit.ly/thepostcovidchurch Contact me: stuart@thepostcovidchurch.org Let us hear from you: podcast@worldmethodist.org Connect with Rob on Social Media: @DrRobHaynes …
 
How do we build water systems that are sustainable and also equitable? On this episode of Stereo Chemistry, Jessica Ray and William Tarpeh talk with C&EN reporter Katherine Bourzac about how they use their chemical engineering know-how to develop simple systems for filtering toxic chemicals from our water and harvesting useful chemicals from urine.…
 
Rev. Dr. Liz Kent is the Director of the Wesley Study Centre of St John's College, Durham University. https://www.dur.ac.uk/st-johns.college/ elizabeth.kent@durham.ac.uk Let us hear from you: podcast@worldmethodist.org Connect with Rob on Social Media: @DrRobHaynes Find us on Social Media: Facebook Twitter Instagram…
 
What motivates a creative scientific mind? How does an accomplished scientist pinpoint new subjects to explore? How is the field of chemical biology evolving? In this episode of Stereo Chemistry, we probe those questions with scientists and serial entrepreneurs David Liu and Stuart Schreiber, both pioneers in developing tools that use chemistry to …
 
Stereo Chemistry’s new season will launch on Nov. 23, featuring eight chemistry greats in conversation with . . . each other. In each episode, two sensational chemists will pair up for in-depth conversations moderated by a C&EN reporter. Listen now as show host Kerri Jansen reveals the lineup with new Stereo Chemistry team member Attabey Rodríguez …
 
To learn more https://worldmethodist.org/gatherings/metanoia To contact Paulo Lopes: Paulo@worldmethodist.org Let us hear from you: podcast@worldmethodist.org Metanoia Europe 2022 is 29 August-4 September in Durham, UK Connect with Rob on Social Media: @DrRobHaynes Find us on Social Media: Facebook here https://www.facebook.com/worldmethodistevange…
 
To order your copy of the Faith-Sharing New Testament: https://worldmethodist.org/resources/online-store-2/ The Plain Truth Videos playlist on YouTube To learn more www.WorldMethodist.org Let us hear from you: podcast@worldmethodist.orgTo Contact Dr. Kim Reisman: info@worldmethodist.org Connect with Rob on Social Media: @DrRobHaynes Find us on Soci…
 
The 2021 Nobel Prize in Chemistry went to Benjamin List and David W. C. MacMillan for their development of asymmetric organocatalysis, which has proved to be a powerful tool for building molecules. In this special episode of Stereo Chemistry, host Kerri Jansen, C&EN reporter Leigh Krietsch Boerner, and C&EN editorial fellow Emily Harwitz delve into…
 
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