Sunday, July 1, 2007

Eat My Lab Coat

Prolific science writer Michael Gross, author of Light and Life and numerous other books and articles (and a regular contributor to Chemistry World), wrote a terrific article in the Guardian back in 2003 called "Eat my Lab Coat" about the value of watching the Simpsons for its science. Here's a link:

Eat My Lab Coat by Michael Gross.

He maintains an intriguing blog that spans topics ranging from biochemistry and politics to Shakira. Check it out:

Prose and Passion


charlesdowney said...

Although some may argue that lab coats only serve to keep doctors from being confused with patients, they actually serve several vital purposes.

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