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BlogSyn is a recently-launched post-publication review site for synthetic organic procedures. It has been discussed widely on blogs and Twitter, and was recently featured on Nature News.From the moment the homepage loads, youll realize this is no Organic Syntheses....
Developing a network of contacts is often cited as career advice to chemists. Sometimes, LinkedIn is suggested as a good service for doing so.A recent post describing why one user quit LinkedIn altogether got me thinking about how useful this service is in...
This years Employment Outlook by C&EN; states what by now has become perfectly obvious to every chemist - the job market stinks. As if that werent enough, the story Barely Hanging On stands as probably the most pessimistic piece the magazine has published in...

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BlogSyn is a recently-launched post-publication review site for synthetic organic procedures. It has been discussed widely on blogs and Twitter, and was recently featured on Nature News.From the moment the homepage loads, youll realize this is no Organic Syntheses....
This years Employment Outlook by C&EN; states what by now has become perfectly obvious to every chemist - the job market stinks. As if that werent enough, the story Barely Hanging On stands as probably the most pessimistic piece the magazine has published in...
Chemjobber asks the intriguing question of whether U.S. pharma jobs lost to offshoring will ever be brought back. Recent actions by certain large companies have hinted at manufacturing capacity being brought back to the United States, a process sometimes called...

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Anonymity on the internet seems to be the hot topic of the week, so here is my take.I started blogging quite some time ago. As with most blogs, the initial effort was pretty pathetic, something that nobody would claim as their own. That's fine. I'be been through...
In the midst of a rollicking debate on anonymity, pseudonymity and Blog Syn, Keith, a commenter at Depth First takes me to task for this post:Anonymity gives bloggers like Chemjobber a platform to spout the xenophobic and bigoted crap he did on Saturday, May...
Today’s guest poster is Fredrik von Kieseritzky, whose sense of humor is evident in his posts at Synthetic Remarks. You may recall his open letter to a certain Scripps Research Institute organicchemist. Today, Fredrik writes about anonymity on blogs....