Share Some Love With Scientific Valentines

Chemistry is in the air.

There’s chemistry in the air. Bonds, covalent or otherwise, are forming all around us. And everyone is suddenly interested in mating behaviors. It must be Valentine’s Day!

For this most lovey-dovey of holidays, we asked scientific experts to write some valentines for that special geek in your life. Because we love you.

Print them out here!

And if you use them, let us know! Tag us on Twitter @SciFri

Read about Alex Bellos' math coloring book
Read about Alex Bellos’ math coloring book
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Listen to Jessica Salvatore’s interview on Science Friday
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Learn about the art of barbeque with Meathead Goldwyn
Read Science Friday's "10 Questions for Dava Newman" interview
Read Science Friday’s “10 Questions for Dava Newman” interview
Learn about wearable superpowers with Lucy Dunne
Learn about wearable superpowers with Lucy Dunne
Listen to Nina Lanza talk about space rocks on SciFri
Listen to Nina Lanza talk about space rocks on SciFri
Listen to Catherine Scott on SciFri
Listen to Catherine Scott on SciFri
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Listen to Jessica Salvatore on SciFri

 

 

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About Brandon Echter

Brandon Echter is Science Friday’s digital managing editor. He loves space, sloths, and cephalopods, and his aesthetic is “cultivated schlub.”

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