The AG Chemistry and Society would like to draw your attention to the following publications:

Muddy water. The esoteric water market
Helge Bergmann, Alibri-Verlag, Aschaffenburg 2015
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N nitrogen - an element makes world history
Gerhard Ertl, Jens Soentgen, oekom Verlag, Munich 2015
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Interview with D. Nelson: Bridge Science and the Public - Interview with Donna Nelson (ChemViews Magazine 2015; DOI: 10.1002 / chemv.201400138
Professor Donna Nelson, University of Oklahoma, talks about Hollywood, how to improve the image of scientists, and her motivation
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Chemist in the "Third Reich"
The German Chemical Society and the Association of German Chemists in the Nazi regime
On behalf of the German Chemical Society
From Helmut Maier. Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, 2015
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The intestine grows with it
By Annette Eiden, Südwest Verlag, Munich, 2015
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The science book
Science explained simply.
By Adam Hart-Davis, Dorling Kindersley Verlag, Munich, 2015
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The earth and me
James Lovelock et al
Taschen-Verlag, Cologne, 2017
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Interview with T. Geelhaar: Make Chemistry More Attractive (ChemViews Magazine 2014; DOI: 10.1002 / chemv.201400029)
Dr. Thomas Geelhaar, the new President of the GDCh, will focus on working towards better acceptance of chemistry in society
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On the relationship between science, the public and the media, 2014 To the homepage
Why science? Nine answers to an old question
By Joachim Schummer. Kadmos-Kulturverlag, Berlin, 2014
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... until the shower boils. 50 experiments. For kitchen, bathroom, children's room
By Daniel Tatarsky. Carlsen-Verlag, Hamburg 2014
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The experiment lab for children. 52 family-friendly experiments from the refrigerator
By Liz Lee Heinecke. Edition Michael Fischer, Igling, 2014
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Knowledge makes you smart. Big topics told easily
By Wilfried H. Lindenzweig. Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, 2014
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From the big bang to the gummy bear. A reading and experimentation book.
By Roland Full. Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, 2014
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Donkey bridges. 400 memory aids and how to build them yourself
From Helge Weinrebe. Anaconda, Cologne, 2014
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Chemical tidbits
From Klaus Roth. GDCh, Frankfurt, and Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, 2014
Hiking to sites of chemical history
By Hans-Peter Bärtschi. Rotpunktverlag, Zurich, 2014
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Why fat doesn't make you stupid and GM maize doesn't kill
By Bauer / Gigerenzer / Kremer, Campus-Verlag, Frankfurt, 2014
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The Chemistry of Breaking Bad (ChemViews Magazine 2013; DOI: 10.1002 / chemv.201300114
The multi-award-winning TV series is demanding, exciting, amusing, often shocking, and made with great attention to chemistry details
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The chemistry at Breaking Bad, Falk Harnisch, Tunga Salthammer,
Chem. Unserer Zeit 2013, 47,214-221, DOI: 10.1002 / ciuz.201300612
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Explaining Chemistry: What is Shale Gas? How does fracking work? ( 2013; DOI: 10.1002 / chemv.20130001)
How does hydraulic fracturing (fracking) and horizontal drilling make natural gas trapped in shale rock formations financially feasible and accessible?
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Science and Society: Time for a new deal, 2013 more
Siggener food for thought, 2013
Siggener food for thought, 2013 To the homepage
Eco heaven
By Alexander Neubacher, Goldmann Verlag, Munich 2013
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Technology futures. Thinking ahead - creating - evaluating. acatech IMPULS, 2012
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Perspectives in biotechnology communication. acatech POSITION, 2012
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Forced labor in the chemical triangle: prisoners and construction soldiers in the GDR industry
From Justus Vesting, Links-Verlag, Berlin, 2012 more
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