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Today in Science (1031)

I’m off for the History of Science Society annual meeting in DC for the next few days, so posting will be scant or non-existent. I’m responding to a series of papers on Victorian critics of scientific naturalism and attending the Committee on Education annual meeting.

Today is your last chance to donate to our DonorsChoose drive. If you haven’t done so already, please considering donating. I’ll give a round-up when I return.


1835 – Adolf von Baeyer, German chemist and Nobel Prize laureate

1925 – John Pople, English chemist and Nobel Prize laureate

1943 – Paul Frampton, English physicist


1939 – Otto Rank, Austrian psychologist

1986 – Robert S. Mulliken, American physicist and Nobel Prize laureate

2005 – Hal Anger, American biophysicist


  1. #1 David
    October 31, 2007

    Hi, I love how you are running this blog. I just started a blog of my own and I was wondering if you would like to do a link exchange with my site. My site can be found at:

    If you want to do this, just leave a comment on my site, on any post, and I’ll link you later that night.


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