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It's corny, sure, but hey, who doesn't love the Duke? (click on the link for the full effect):Why I Love Her You ask me Why I Love Her? Well, give me time and I'll explain.Have you see a Kansas sunset or an Arizona rain?Have you drifted on a bayou down...
It is the Independence Day holiday in the United States, so I am a little slow posting. More soon....
It's the summer, which means that it's the slow season for C&EN Jobs. Since Tuesday, it appears there have been no positions posted there. So instead: Boston: The Boston Craiglist has a sci/biotech page; it lists a whole 6 positions for the search...

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Because sometimes the facts about chemical employment just aren't very fun. But this is!My Favorite Things about Chemistry (by CJ)1. A chromatography column that works well.2. The treasure trove of literature, filled with truth, (a few) lies and idiosyncrasies...
From Jyllian Kemsley and Michael Torrice, a tweet from the LA Superior Court on Judge Lisa Lench's ruling in the preliminary hearing for UCLA professor Patrick Harran:Judge sending Patrick Harran to trial on #SheriSangji case, @cenmag story by @mmtorrice...
It's the start of the summer student season right about now, and I think it would be great to get them into the habit of wearing PPE in the lab. Wouldn't it be great if we could show everyone that PPE is a normal happy part of your day in the lab? (i.e. positive...

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OK, apologies, chemblogosphere: today is apparently write-guest-posts-for-Chemjobber day.He poses an interesting question in his "Ivory Filter Flask" post from earlier today:" What is the median length of a postdoc these days, anyways?"Well, I may have...
Chemjobber has a post up asking readers what information they put in the acknowledgments sections of their dissertations.I have always been fascinated by whom grad students choose to acknowledge. As a first-year, I used to pull old theses off the shelves of...
Merry Christmas to my wonderful, interactive, patient readers. It's been a great year over here.(If Christmas isn't something you celebrate, happy Thursday!)If you're looking for something holiday-themed - and don't feel like resorting to Google - try these:Look,...