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A Chemical Education
A blog about chemistry and academia from a PhD student
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A Chemical Life
Features and news on the chemistry behind biochemistry
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ACS Pressroom Blog
This is the blog of the ACS Pressroom, run by the American Chemical Society's Science Communications office.
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Allotrope
Sharing the fascinating world of science
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Alternative Interpretations
Is science sometimes in danger of getting tunnel vision? Recently published ebook author, Ian Miller, looks at other possible theories arising from data that we think we understand. Can looking at problems in a different light give scientists a different perspective?
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At the Bench
Following the highs and lows of a new PhD student making her way in the world of organic chemistry...
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Atomic-o-licious
I write science stories laced with humor and humorous stories sprinkled with science.
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Atoms and Numbers
Atoms and Numbers examines chemistry in the news and in our lives, with emphasis on its role in our health, its coverage in the media, and misconceptions that lead to chemophobia. Marc draws from his research interests in analytical chemistry and statistics to explore the place of chemical analysis, and occasionally to delve into numbers in today's world.
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Back to the Future | MyRSC Blogs
Following the thoughts of an ex-industrial chemist, returning to academia as mature student studying nanotechnology. And trying to answer the age old question - are centre partings still cool?
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Behind NMR Lines
Rantings, ravings, comments, and criticisms from the world of chemistry.
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Biochem Blog
The NCSU Biochemistry blog is a team effort by the faculty and students of the biochemistry department to describe past and current research, science topics of general interest, our opinions of current events in science, and situations that we find humorous at a public university.
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BioChemical matters
I lecture Biochemistry at a small University in Oporto. Although originally raised as an experimental Biochemist, I have since changed my research into theoretical and computational chemistry and biochemistry. In this blog, I will mostly commment on recent (or not so recent...) research papers that happen to have called my attention. I hope someone will find it interesting/useful :-)
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biochemistri.es
Biochemistry research highlights, commentary on my fields of interest and occasional ventures into philosophy of science
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Brent Neal
Scientist. Geek.
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Brookhaven Bits & Bytes
No summary available for this site.
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Careers Advisor
From the careers service at the RSC - helping scientists to build a successful career in the chemical sciences.
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chem-bla-ics
No summary available for this site.
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Chembites
Our goal is to help undergraduates navigate current chemical literature by providing summaries of recently published articles.
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Chemical Calisthenics
No summary available for this site.
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Chemically Cultured
a view on science communication and its cultural invasion...
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Chemistry and Science
Scientific papers, is also very important branch of organic chemistry. The scientific work and scientific research, this is very valuable.
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Chemistry Net
This chemistry blog is aimed mainly at senior high school students or first year university students. It covers general chemistry topics required in Colleges and Universities. However, chemistry topics of general interest are going to be included.
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Chemistry World Blog
Chemistry World is the flagship magazine of the Royal Society of Chemistry and has a circulation of nearly 50,000 members.
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Chemjobber
1. Helping chemists find jobs in a tough market. 2. Towards a quantitative understanding of the quality of the chemistry job market.
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Chemtips
Organic Chemistry is Hard Enough; A blog of chemistry tips and general research advice.
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Cleantech Chemistry
No summary available for this site.
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Confessions of an Undergraduate
An undergraduate chemist spills the beans on life, and chemistry, at university.
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Crude Matter
No summary available for this site.
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Dysfunctional Derivatives
I’ve got my feet planted in a bunch of different worlds. This likely makes me an octopus or a jellyfish (yeah, I wish). These posts are the product of my work to integrate my experiences from living as a bridge (or a chasm) across a bunch of spectra. My life stretches from the underclass to the privileged elite, across a load of scientific and creative disciplines, through the messy stretch across something like binary gender, and from hyperfocused nerdery to passionate dives into family devotion. The name of the blog comes from my graduate work in fundamental method development in thermal density functional theory and from my severe, recurrent bouts with impostor syndrome and fear of passing/not passing.
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Elemental
Deborah Blum is a Pulitzer-Prize winning science writer and the author of five books, most recently the best-seller, The Poisoner's Handbook: Murder and the Birth of Forensic Medicine in Jazz Age New York. She writes for a range of publications including Time, Scientific American, Slate, The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times (and even the literary journal, Tin House). She is currently working on a sixth book about poisonous food.
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