Just stop what you're doing right now, and look at the gorgeous reaction setups in this Nature SI.From SI page S16. Source: Nature / Baran labMy kudos to Phil & co - they sure do capture a good visual chronology of their reactions!Remind you of anything? : )
I've been mulling over a version of this post for far too long, so here goes:It's time to make some changes around here.As I've quipped before, all careers in chemistry eventually leave the lab. Nearly gone are the days of the frizzy white-haired scientist holding aloft the shimmering vial and shouting "Eureka!"Today, we often find ourselves in transition: Post-docs become professors, who write papers and manage a group. Bench chemists move into operations or regulatory roles. Technicians
Came across this word “doxxing” lately. According to Wikipedia it refers to “the Internet-based practice of researching and broadcasting personally identifiable information about an individual.” My introduction to this new word was in a discussion of the ethics of identifying … Continue reading →
World of Dig Craft: Greenpeace vs. Nasca Lines?
Today, Liv reflects upon Greenpeace’s impact on the Nasca lines.
Links: Links for the video:http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2014/dec/10/peru-press-charges-greenpeace-nazca-lines-stunthttp://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/earth/11286570/Peru-to-press-charges-over-Greenpeace-Nazca-lines-stunt.htmlhttp://io9.com/this-greenpeace-stunt-may-have-irreparably-damaged-peru-1669728616
Welcome to World of Dig Craft. In this series Liv Westring