Terra Sigillata announces new home at CENtral Science

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Please update your bookmarks and see this farewell post about our departure from the ScienceBlogs community after four years and this inaugural post at CENtral Science.

CENtral Science is an online forum associated with Chemical & Engineering News, the weekly publication of the American Chemical Society that covers, "science and technology, business and industry, government and policy, education, and employment aspects of the chemistry field." The majority of the bloggers there are Ph.D. staff writers for the magazine and are both gifted writers and scientists. I think that CENtral Science has the right chemistry for us.

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The 234-ton load of Holy Cross Church is transported across the North Carolina Central University campus to make room for their new nursing building. The former primary place of worship for Durham's Black Catholics was relocated to a site near the home of founder, Dr. James E. Shepard, and will serve as a community center. This photo is from a gallery shot on April 23, 2010, by Harry Lynch of the News & Observer.
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