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'Molecules That Matter' opens at the College of Wooster
Science as art and commentary

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Jeff St. Clair
Buckyball molecule
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From DDT to Prozac, a new exhibition at the College of Wooster chronicles the 20th century one chemical at a time. 'Molecules That Matter' pairs 10 chemicals with modern works of art and cultural artifacts to help us understand the science that shapes our lives.
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10 Molecules That Matter: 1900 : Aspirin 1910 : Isooctane 1920 : Penicillin G 1930 : Polyethylene 1940 : Nylon 6,6 1950 : DNA 1960 : Progestin 1970 : DDT 1980 : Prozac 1990 : Buckyball & Carbon Nanotubes

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Molecules That Matter website

College of Wooster Art Museum website

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