Issue Date: October 15, 2012
Landmark Achievement For DayGlo Color
The brilliantly colored fluorescent pigments used in everything from psychedelic posters to clothing, toys, and accessories were designated a National Historic Chemical Landmark by the American Chemical Society during a ceremony at the Great Lakes Science Center in Cleveland on Sept. 8. The pigments were invented by two brothers who founded the company DayGlo Color.
“Fluorescent pigments are a universally recognizable and truly iconic scientific development,” said . . .
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