Chemistry Managers Coping with Environmentalist's Criticism [Book Review]

Hyle 3:109-110 (1997)
Abstract
Among the sciences, chemistry plays an eminent role in that it has its own traditional industry. The chemical industry is not only the main employer for graduated chemists. Since the public is more aware of industrial chemistry than of academic chemistry, the industry also represents the public image of the whole profession - and that is terribly bad due to environmental concerns.
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