Nobel Prize Conductive Valley Game
A fun and educational game based on conductive polymer technology.
Exploring Materials Engineering: Polymers
A colorful visual description of what polymers are and why they’re important.
In Chemical Heritage Magazine
Celluloid: The Eternal Substitute
Celluloid, developed in the late 19th century, launched the modern age of man-made plastics.
From CHF's Oral History program
The Polymer Project
Collection of oral histories related to polymer research from the perspective of some of the most prominent chemists involved.
Polymers, A Brief History
A short essay on the history of polymers with excerpts from the oral history of pioneering polymer researcher Herman Mark.
Online exhibit covering the surprising and often-overlooked importance of rubber in World War II, with a focus on the U.S. Synthetic Rubber Program, as told from the unique perspective of CHF’s Oral History interviewees.