Tagged: periodic table

Four new elements named – here’s how the periodic table evolved - Guest Work

Guest Author Jun 15, 2016

By Mark Lorch, University of Hull The seventh row of the periodic table is complete, resplendent with four new names for the elements 113, 115, 117 and 118. The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (the organisation charged with naming the elements) has suggested these should be called nihonium (Nh); moscovium (Mc); tennessine (Ts) and oganesson … Read More

Periodic Memories - Molecular Matters

Michael Edmonds Dec 30, 2012

Over the last couple of days I’ve been memorising the Periodic Table. No, I’m not going stir-crazy. On the contrary, the summer break is my favourite time of the year as it gives me time to reflect, explore new things and read new books. And one of the books I am reading at the moment is ‘Moonwalking with Einstein – … Read More

A Futures Periodic Table - Ariadne

Robert Hickson Jun 15, 2012

I’ve been playing around with a graphic to make it easier to keep track of important trends and drivers influencing the future. This Table of Elements is what I have come up with.  It arranges the elements into the basic Futures Framework of Social, Technological, Political, Economic and Environmental trends (or other drivers/influencers of change). I have loaded a PowerPoint … Read More

Periodic Table of of science blogs - Open Parachute

Ken Perrott Mar 23, 2010

David Bradley of Sciencebase has put together an interesting Periodic Table of science bloggers. It was complied on a “first come, first served” basis and is, of course, restricted in numbers (currently 103). But a useful resource for anyone interested in browsing through science blogs they may not be familiar with. There’s even a couple of [...] … Read More