Apologies, but no results were found for the requested archive. Perhaps searching will help find a related post.
Find meE-mail: stuart at stuartcantrill.com
Top posts & pages
- The heaviest naturally occurring element on Earth?
- My ChemDraw hell
- Make-or-break chemistry
- The smallest chiral hydrocarbon?
- A quantitative analysis of how often Nature gives a fuck
- 10 quick cover-letter tips for submitting scientific papers
- 100 chemists on Twitter
- Some surprising silicon chemistry
- A pocket full of what now?
- The last writes
Tags#chemmoviecarnival #iamscience aids analytical chemistry angewandte chemie april 1st april fools day authors bacon beltric acid benzene blogging borromean rings buckminsterfullerene c&en c60 careers chemdraw chemistry chemjobber chemjobs chirality cookies dad dialium dietmar seyferth drrubidium dynamic covalent chemistry editorial elements exam questions ferrocene fun genetics geography graphical abstracts haemophilia history history of chemistry hiv hydrocarbons impact factor jacs jadarite journal development journals kitchen chemistry krypton kryptonite mercury metrics movies nature nature chemistry nature publishing group naughty xenon nobel nobel prize organosilicon peer review periodic table plutonium publishing scientific literature scientific publishing seearroh silicon stereochemistry superman synthesis talks travel twitter writing x-ray crystallography
- RT @SeeArrOh: A generation ago, you'd gain exposure as an Asst Prof by chairing a conference session. Now everyone has websites and Twitter… 10 hours ago
- @sksilverman @CarolynBertozzi Not as embarrassing as this one... nature.com/nature/journal… 13 hours ago
- @V_Saggiomo @goodreads Cool. I really need to update my list! 13 hours ago
- RT @MrCharlesEvans: Nice to see an ACS Denver talk make it into Private Eye's "Funny Old World" http://t.co/3feNSRiOV7 13 hours ago
- RT @V_Saggiomo: I did a @goodreads page of @stuartcantrill reading list goodreads.com/list/show/8757… #realtimechem #chembooks 13 hours ago
- 117,658 hits
- Follow Chemical connections on WordPress.com