With the Oscars coming up this weekend, we’ve already taken a look at some of the chemistry you can find at the movies. Here’s a quick look at the composition of the Oscar statuettes awarded to winners, which has undergone a change as recently as last year – check out the graphic to learn more!
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References & Further Reading
- Oscar returns to bronze at Polich Tallix – Polich Tallix
- Oscar Statuette – The Academy Awards
- A History of the Academy Awards Statuette – BBC News
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But why did they change to britannium and then why did they change back to bronze?