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InnoCentive Challenges: Chemistry
Thursday, 10 December 2009
Materials Science and Engineering Defined: Science, Technology, and Society and much more @ MIT OPEN COURSES-Free online
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Tuesday, 1 December 2009
My title question is a stab in the dark and shows more about my material chemistry focus and my ignorance of serious biological background.
However I like to keep my eye on modelling activities, as an educational aid, otherwise biological process modelling is a thing I try to stay away from, highly specialised technical language and concepts.
That being said this data dase is certainly worth bookmarking for either of the above categories for current or future use and hopefully may generate a few tips from the pros on how to make a few more steps in biomimicry?
This link is a useful reminder to anticipate potential hazard in practice. (Of course the specialist professional chemist will prefer the EU programme REACH for his R&D.
Cole-Parmer via M. Mayor on Twitter.