Who Won the 1932
Nobel Prize Chemistry

Irving Langmuir

1931 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner
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ALTERNATE FUTURES | Gernsback and the Brief, Bizarre History of Weather Modification

Inverse
The cloud seeding origin story dates back to 1946 in a General Electric lab with Vincent Schaefer and Irving Langmuir, who were studying particle filtration, precipitation static, and the problem of deicing planes. Much of their research took place in ...

1932 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Irving Langmuir News

Apparently Everyone Now Agrees Science Is Badly Broken

Reason (blog)
BrokenScience Jason KeislingMy "Broken Science" cover article in Reason now has a lot of company. In that article I noted that "there is no one single cause for the increase in nonreproducible findings in so many fields. One key problem is that the ...

1932 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Irving Langmuir News

Faye Flam: Yes, science is fallible. Here's how to tell what to believe.

Dallas Morning News
Let's just start in the early 1950s, when the Nobel prize winning chemist Irving Langmuir laid out a set of warning signs about identifying scientific ideas that might not conform to reality. He gave a handful of examples of what he called pathological ...

1932 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Irving Langmuir News

How GE Exorcised the Ghost of Jack Welch to Become a 124-Year-Old Startup

Bloomberg
Overlooking the Hudson River in Ossining, N.Y., there's a grassy, 59-acre campus owned by General Electric. It's an executive training center where the company holds management and leadership classes, some of them led by the chief executive himself.

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