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Hello, friends. Long time, no speak. Im just checking in to sayOur department is looking to hire a non-tenure-track Assistant Professor to start in August. Before getting into the behind-the-scenes details, heres the official ad:Saint Louis University, a Catholic...
Watching the live stream and weighing in with babble:4:48 am – They’re here!4:49 am – This always gets my blood pumping.4:50 am – Wow…DNA repair, but not the 2015 Lasker Award winners for DNA repair.4:52 am – The winning...
The announcement is less than an hour away, so I guess I should post my official list of odds against winning the 2015 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Last Thursday, I weighed in with my predictions on an ACS Webinar, so I don’t feel too late. You can watch...

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A recently published ASAP article in the journal Organometallics is sure to raise some eyebrows in the chemical community. While the paper itself is a straightforward study of palladium and platinum bis-sulfoxide complexes, page 12 of the corresponding Supporting...
The annual ScienceOnline 2013 conference is taking place in North Carolina, and chembloggers Carmen Drahl and Dr. Rubidium are running a session tomorrow on chemophobia. You can follow updates on Twitter labeled with the hashtag #chemophobia.Personally, I think...
Presented below is the official ChemBark list of odds against winning the 2010 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. The candidates are sorted by discovery/invention rather than by scientist, so you will note that some scientists are listed more than once. The lists of...

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Multiple anonymous internet comments agree: Faculty moves still occur with rapidity and fluidity. Think of them like a "jobs plasma," flowing around major campuses every few years.The 2017 list had grown like a wild blackberry bramble, so it needed a trim....
From the inbox, a request for an open thread on new PI startups, etc. I hereby announce this open thread. Enjoy.From 2016, I wanted to note this request on Twitter from Julia Kalow on good literature to read in preparation for running a new laboratory...
'Tis the Season for stitching up the last year of your life, making a few key graphics, and tossing them into a (presumably) 30-minute talk to inform and entertain your colleagues. That's right, Summer Seminar Vacation!But wait - will your message come...