The periodic table just got some new members, as the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry has officially accepted new names for four elements. Element numbers 113, 115, 117 and 118 will no longer be known by their placeholder...Show More Summary
awesomepharoah: Offering Table of Tjaenhesret, (priest of Djehuty) ca. 332–30 B.C.E, Ptolemaic Period
The periodic table is awesome all by itself, but Instructables contributor makendo has made it super awesome by turning it into this 3D Periodic Table Lamp “This instructable documents my efforts to reimagine a 3D periodic table of the elements, using modern making methods. Show More Summary
Everyone's favorite list of all the things that make up everything has just received four new additions.
The periodic table is getting a little bigger after scientists added the names of four new elements, completing the seventh row of the chart...
The latest additions to the periodic table were all named after significant people or places
Scientists have set the periodic table for the holidays with the names of four new elements.
Scientists with the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) have officially approved the names of four new elements, completing the seventh row of the periodic table. Read more...
The periodic table is a work of art in itself, but putting a generic poster of the elements on your wall is a little uninspired. If you're looking for a particularly attractive way to display the elements, this Instructables creation is far more appealing. Show More Summary
SCIENCE: Four New Names Officially Added to the Periodic Table of Elements. Yet we still don’t have one named Lehrerium.
The periodic table got larger Wednesday after four new elements were officially named and added to the chart, including 'nihonium'—the first ever to be discovered by Japanese scientists.
4 new elements have finally earned their spot.
Some of the minerals in your iPhone threaten both the environment and human rights.
An exhibition at the Grundy Art Gallery looks at how artists have used neon and elements on the periodic table for the past 50 years. The post The Enduring Glow of Neon Art appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The smartphone you use everyday is a complex machine that is made up of a number of different components. But when you break it down, there are around 75 elements - that's two-thirds of the periodic table - that go into the creation of a smartphone. Show More Summary
As Trump's Presidency starts, I thought it made sense to get an overview of alternative investment options. via CoInvest. That reminded me of something else I'd seen recently... Check out this Periodic Table of Elements that shows what they're...
After a long incubation period It’s been a long time coming, and Montreal finally has a new fried chicken option on the table as Bird Bar opened in Griffintown on Monday. Owner Kimberly Lallouz (Monsieur, Miss Prêt-à-Manger) announced...Show More Summary
Some elements are no-brainers, but others might surprise you.
Americium could save your life.
Looking at the periodic table, most of us have no issues identifying the use of certain elements. Sodium, carbon, nitrogen, oxygen and others are no-brainers but what about the less talked about elements. Seriously, do you know what vanadium is used for? How about Polonium? Chances are, you don’t. Show More Summary