Chemistry in Movies

  1. Be sure to visit the two submenus of “Movie Clips to Use in Your Classroom” and “Links Between Textbooks and Top-Rated Movie Clips”
  2. Like my ReAction Chemistry in the Movies Facebook page to get my regular posts
  3. UNL Library has created a website about ReAction! Chemistry in the Movies.
  4. Check out my “States of Matter” sequence taken from Swimming in Nebraska on Vimeo
  5. Purchase Jon Jost’s avant garde film Swimming in Nebraska from Jon Jost himself
  6. Read about Alfred P. Sloan Foundation’s Public Understanding of Science program that gave me funds to do the research on chemistry in the movies
  7. Here is a pdf version of the movies mentioned in our book ReAction! Chemistry in the Movies
  8. Here is my complete Chemistry Movies Blog with fourteen entries about chemistry in the movies that didn’t make it into our book
  9. ReAction! Chemistry in the Movies (2010) by Mark Griep and Marjorie Mikasen was published by Oxford University Press and is available on