Posts Tagged: chemistry

The “I have an equation or constant named after me” badge

In which this badge is pretty much akin to science royalty (MG).

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The “I have an equation or constant named after me” badge

In which this badge is pretty much akin to science royalty (MG).

The “quantum mechanics… I soooo get it” badge.

And not afraid to make fun of those who don’t (RD).

The “quantum mechanics… I soooo get it” badge.

And not afraid to make fun of those who don’t (RD).

The “I’ve eaten what I study” badge.

Recipients have prepared their object of study as a cuisine item for eating. Hopefully, the minority of MD’s are ineligible for this one. (J)

The “I’ve eaten what I study” badge.

Recipients have prepared their object of study as a cuisine item for eating. Hopefully, the minority of MD’s are ineligible for this one. (J)

The “works with acids” badge.

In which the recipient has worked with acids. (L)

The “works with acids” badge.

In which the recipient has worked with acids. (L)

The “working on alternative fuels” badge.

In which the recipient actually tries to avoid burning stuff and is doing research on alternative fuels.

The “working on alternative fuels” badge.

In which the recipient actually tries to avoid burning stuff and is doing research on alternative fuels.

The “I’ve set fire to stuff” badge (LEVEL III).

In which the recipient has set fire to stuff, while fully aware of all thermodynamic principles at play. (AB)

The “I’ve set fire to stuff” badge (LEVEL III).

In which the recipient has set fire to stuff, while fully aware of all thermodynamic principles at play. (AB)

The “totally digs highly exothermic reactions” badge.

Might be best to keep an eye on such recipients. (JM)

The “totally digs highly exothermic reactions” badge.

Might be best to keep an eye on such recipients. (JM)

The “has frozen stuff just to see what happens” badge (LEVEL III)

In which the recipient has frozen something in liquid nitrogen for the sake of scientific curiosity. (JL)

The “has frozen stuff just to see what happens” badge (LEVEL III)

In which the recipient has frozen something in liquid nitrogen for the sake of scientific curiosity. (JL)

The “has frozen stuff just to see what happens” badge (LEVEL II)

In which the recipient has frozen something in dry ice for the sake of scientific curiosity. (JL)

The “has frozen stuff just to see what happens” badge (LEVEL II)

In which the recipient has frozen something in dry ice for the sake of scientific curiosity. (JL)

The “has frozen stuff just to see what happens” badge (LEVEL I)

In which the recipient has frozen something in the freezer for the sake of scientific curiosity. (JL)

The “has frozen stuff just to see what happens” badge (LEVEL I)

In which the recipient has frozen something in the freezer for the sake of scientific curiosity. (JL)