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Mosaics - Make a Mosaic with Indoor Cement

http://bit.ly/qmRck7 Create coasters and keepsake boxes with Jennifer's Mosaics reusable molds and mosaic cement. Paint, mosaics or use other embellishments to finish off your custom project. Just add water, stir and pour into your favorite mold, dries in an hour.Similar in use to Plaid's Faster Plaster. Watch this video to see how it works.

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Mosaics - Create a Mosaic Coaster in 1 Hour!

http://bit.ly/o2S1NV Step-by-step instructions on how to use the indirect mosaic method to create a mosaic coaster. Just add water, stir and pour into your favorite mold, dries in an hour.Watch this video to learn how to make a mosaic coaster using our square coaster mold.

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Mosaics - How to Mosaic with Marble Tiles

http://bit.ly/nJFbsl Learn to use Antiquity Mosaics Marble tile to mosaic a trivet. Use these mosaic instruction to restyle table tops, vases, wooden chairs and trays, coasters, mirrors and backsplashes. You will find the marble in Antiquity Mosaics is as wildly unpredictable as nature itself, adding charm and distinct personality to every project you create. Antiquity Mosaics is packaged with a set of 6 easy to follow patterns based on Greek and Roman designs. Patterns resemble the paint-by-number technique; simply place the stone in the color coded design to reveal your chosen pattern.

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Chemistry on the Web: How Can we Crowdsource Chemistry to Solve Important Problems?

Google Tech Talk April 6, 2010 ABSTRACT Presented by Dr Matthew Todd, School of Chemistry, University of Sydney. Open Science: how can we crowdsource chemistry to solve important problems? Science shaped itself in the founding days of learned societies: individuals or teams competed, in secret, with paper-based communication in subscription journals. Why are we all still doing science like this? The internet has had a major impact in our sharing of data by traditional means, but it has not yet radically changed the way we actually perform science. My lab is involved in a new project a government/WHO-funded research project that is completely open, where we are trying to solve a serious problem in public health through basic research in organic chemistry. The project involves a wonder drug used to treat a tropical disease but we need to improve it, and fast: http://www.nature.com/news/2010/100204/full/news.2010.50.html With an eye on the bigger issue, we propose open methods can allow science to happen faster than traditional means, but we do not yet have the tools to make this happen. This talk is about hard science and soft human nature. It is also an appeal for decent tools scientists need to collaborate properly. The over-riding requirement: low barrier to entry.

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