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Sam Lemonick

  

There are few things in life better than listening to a researcher explain how they made their latest discovery. As an independent journalist, I write about what's happening in chemistry (and the rest of science) and what it all means. That has included everything from cyborg bugs to shouting matches in Congress. My work has appeared in Chemical & Engineering News, Slate and on YouTube. I studied chemistry as an undergrad at Carleton College, but it’s as they say: Those who can’t do, blog.

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