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Women in Science: Mary Jackson

As we lead up to the release of Battling in All Her Finery, we’re featuring a handful of women in science from history. Check back in the coming weeks to learn more about early women scientific leaders, and check out … Continue reading

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Strange Science: Molecular Gastronomy

When you hear the words “molecular gastronomy,” you probably think of something like the picture to the left, where it’s all about weird combinations and fancy plating. Molecular gastronomy is, in reality, the science of investigating the physical and chemical … Continue reading

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Women in Science: Chien-Shiung Wu

As we lead up to the release of Battling in All Her Finery, we’re featuring a handful of women in science from history. Check back in the coming weeks to learn more about early women scientific leaders, and check out … Continue reading

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On Kickstarter: Called Into Being: A Celebration of Frankenstein

Here at Mad Scientist Journal, we’re big fans of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. And what mad scientist wouldn’t be, right? Since 2018 is the 200th birthday of this essential work, a group of authors and artists are creating a printed zine to celebrate … Continue reading

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Women in Science: Marie Curie

As we lead up to the release of Battling in All Her Finery, we’re featuring a handful of women in science from history. Check back in the coming weeks to learn more about early women scientific leaders, and check out … Continue reading

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Strange Science: Processing Human Waste on Mount Everest

Mount Everest is the highest mountain above sea level and one of the most ascended peaks in the world. It also has a problem. Human waste, left behind by hikers. If a hiker takes approximately 2 months to climb Mount … Continue reading

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On Kickstarter with MSJ Alumni: Young Explorer’s Adventure Guide Volume 5

The Young Explorer’s Adventure Guide is a series of anthologies that publish sci-fi and related stories for middle grade readers. They’re currently Kickstarting the fifth volume in the series, which includes a handful of MSJ alumni or future alumni: Wendy … Continue reading

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Now Available: Mad Scientist Journal: Autumn 2018

Cutting-edge experimentation, endangered species, and restaurant franchise opportunities. These are but some of the strange tales to be found in this book. Mad Scientist Journal: Autumn 2018 collects fourteen tales from the fictional worlds of mad science. For the discerning … Continue reading

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Strange Science: Cargo Ships Sink Due to Liquefaction

Liquefaction is the term used when a solid, such as soil, behaves as a liquid. This is most often something that occurs during seismic activity, like an earthquake, but it can also happen any time that a sudden change in … Continue reading

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Women in Science: Merit-Ptah

As we lead up to the release of Battling in All Her Finery, we’re featuring a handful of women in science from history. Check back in the coming weeks to learn more about early women scientific leaders, and check out … Continue reading

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