Daily Archives: June 16, 2016

What’s new on the Pauling Blog? Peter Pauling: Cambridge Struggles, 1954-1956

[The life of Peter Pauling, Part 6 of 9] The year 1954 was a tumultuous one for Peter Pauling. For one, Jim Watson had left for Caltech, and Peter lamented that his absence was felt, as he was “a positive … Continue reading

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What’s new on the Brewstorian blog? A report on an oral history with Chris Crabb

June 2nd I had a wonderful chat with Chris Crabb, executive director of the Oregon Brewers Festival and owner of public relations firm Crabbsoup. Skip right to the interview by clicking here.  In her interview, she discusses her work as … Continue reading

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