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Welcome to the live coverage of the Chemical & Pharma Blogging panel. Yes, this pharma blog is live blogging the pharma blogging session. It’s very meta. On our panel today is Derek Lowe of In the Pipeline, Ed Silverman of Pharmalot, David Kroll of Terra Sigillata, and Mike Tarselli of Scripps Florida, and our moderater [...]

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Michael Tarselli, for mentioning Chemjobber at an ACS Lunch-and-Learn on chemblogging, many thanks and congratulations! You're Chemjobber's inaugural Awesome Reader of the Century of the Week! You are undoubtedly awesome!(Dude, seriously, thanks -- let me know...
Welcome to the new home of Terra Sigillata, a blog about the pharmacology and chemistry of natural product drugs and dietary supplements, issues of under-represented groups in the STEMM disciplines, science and medical journalism, and the influence of science...
No matter how old, she'll always be my little sister.Today is my sister’s birthday – Happy Birthday, Sandi! (and keep an eye out for the FedEx truck today..wink, wink.)Five years ago, I chose to start this blog on my sister’s birthday...
Welcome back, friends, and thank you for all of the warm wishes yesterday on our relocation to CENtral Science.Today, I thought I’d address one of the top two questions I get when introducing myself as Abel Pharmboy of the blog, Terra Sigillata. We dispensed...
Derek Lowe is an organic chemist who has worked for several pharmaceutical companies on drug discovery projects for the treatment of a number of diseases. He is the author of the influential blog In The Pipeline, which focuses on drug discovery and the pharma...
Slacking? Or improving laboratory productivity and morale? And is it any of my business?A few weeks ago, I used this photo in a talk at the College of Pharmacy at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock. These are very exciting times...
This week's ACS meeting (wish I were there, but it was not to be. Boston is a wonderful town for a conference) had a panel discussion on blogging. The emphasis was on pharma rather than general chemistry, but one comment from across the panel of bloggers I...
By popular demand[1], I’ve posted the slides from my ACS talk on Sunday. I like to think it was more interesting in person, but it’s here for posterity’s sake (plus I take a seriously minimalist approach to powerpoint presentations). Thanks...
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