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7 Chemical Art Although his main focus has been words and writing, Amato said, one of the things that has made a big impression on him is the imagery found in the primary research literature. Many of the images can be thought of as art. ” He provided examples of imagery from the early days of science, including examples from early optical instruments, telescopes and microscopes. 5P. Levi, R. Rosenthal, and N. Ascherson. 1995. The Periodic Table. London: D. Campbell. 6N. Stephenson. 1995. The Diamond Age: Or, a Young Lady’s Illustrated Primer.
13 She said they focused on scientometrics and webometrics, and gathered data by going through the Research Blogging website. In particular, they focused on the chemistry blogs on Research Blogging. She said they did a completely independent analysis of how the blog’s coverage of chemistry articles compared with traditional citation metrics. They concluded that the blog coverage of the chemistry literature was more efficient than the traditional citation process. The science blogs were found to be faster in terms of reporting on important articles, and they also did a better job of putting the material in context within different areas of chemistry.
While writing for magazines and newspapers, he would look through the short papers at the back of the Journal of the American Cancer Society. He suggested approaching an editor and saying, “I Ivan Amato elaborated on the reasons he thinks the field of chemistry does not get the attention it deserves: 1. Chemistry is the back story. For example, stories written about pharmaceutical drugs tend to focus on the impact of the drug, such as saving a person’s life, rather than about the brilliant chemistry and reaction discovery that went into putting that drug into the hands of a physician.