- Interesting post by Shane Caldwell about antibiotic resistance as a force of nature.
- Good, detailed post (in Russian) about what a chemistry lab notebook should look like.
- A podcast from "Stop. Think. Science!" on science communication.
- This week, I learned about Stigler's law of eponymy: "no scientific discovery is named after its original discoverer."
- Loved this STAT profile of Feng Zhang, one of the pioneers of CRISPR
- Bad news for Roche process folks from FiercePharma, with Roche cutting 4 manufacturing sites, 1200 jobs.
- Two chemistry-related posts in Retraction Watch: JACS, BMC
- I see this story as "unemployed scientist makes a statement."
- Carmen Drahl on a new superglue. (So glad to see Carmen talking chemistry again, as she has been for a while now at Forbes.)
- The problem with teaching management, by Melanie Nelson
- I have a difficult time expressing my feelings about this post by a Monsanto scientist on layoffs
- John on a new polymer curing technique
- Ash, on Linus Pauling's last laugh?
- The latest from All Things Metathesis
Friday, November 13, 2015
12.5 cm recrystallization dishes
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