Chemical Education and Public Policy

Chemists have long passed along their specialized knowledge to students in classroom settings, and to apprentices and new employees in workplaces. They also are expected to use their expertise to benefit the wider society by advising governments as well as in creating new knowledge and beneficial products.

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The Center for Oral History captures and preserves the stories of notable figures in chemistry and related fields, with over 425 oral histories that deal with various aspects of science, of scientists, and of scientific practices. For more information please visit CHF’s Oral History Program or e-mail oralhistory@
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