Summer 2014, Vol. 32, No. 2


Welcome to an investigative issue of Chemical Heritage! Find out how science journalism became so politicized and why people are talking about cloning the extinct mammoth. Dive into some old crime novels, and discover how fiction shaped public perceptions of forensic science. Learn what atoms have to do with peace, and discover the pleasures and pains of a new food fashion. As always, we offer treasures from CHF’s collections, book and museum reviews, and more. Enjoy!