Dr. Joe Schwarcz is a chemical professor at McGill University in Montreal, Canada, and the Director of the Office for Chemistry and Society. He broadcasts a weekly phone-in radio show, appears frequently on Canadian television, gives a number of public lectures, contributes feature pieces to the Washington Post on a regular basis, and writes a weekly column for the Montreal Gazette. He has garnered numerous awards, including the coveted Grady-Stack Prize for Communicating Chemistry for the Public from the American Chemical Society. Dr. Joe is a resident of Montreal.
- Dr. Joe and What You Didn't Know: 177 Fascinating Questions & Answers about the Chemistry of Everyday Life
- Science Goes Viral: Captivating Accounts of Science in Everyday Life
- That's the Way the Cookie Crumbles: 62 All-New Commentaries on the Fascinating Chemistry of Everyday Life
- An Apple a Day: The Myths, Misconceptions, and Truths about the Foods We Eat
- Radar, Hula Hoops, and Playful Pigs: 67 Digestible Commentaries on the Fascinating Chemistry of Everyday Life