- If you'd like to see the trappings of a Nobel Prize, I commend you to the #teamfraser tweets of Stuart Cantrill and others. Pretty neat to see all the pomp.
- The Nobel lectures from a different perspective from Labsolutely.
- The organic chemistry ASAP subreddit
- I felt I learned something about the use of magnesium in cars in this post.
- If you want to feel chills, read this Janet Stemwedel case study based on the Bengu Sezen story.
- An interesting set of opinions about applying to graduate school in the sciences.
- Nice writeup of Bode's work by SeeArrOh.
- A Dow chemist in ACS' "What Chemists Do" series.
- The ACS Division of Chemical Education has new safety guidelines for demonstrations. (post by Jyllian Kemsley)
- The latest from Stellen Fuer Chemiker.
- The Portable Chemist's Consultant has been updated.
- UPDATE: A rather wonderful rendition of "Carol of the Bells" by FID (by University of Bath chemist Andrew Hall)
- UPDATE 2: Via Twitter, a pretty fun graduate school diary.
Friday, December 16, 2016
Quarter-inch hex bolts
A list of small, useful things (links):
Again, an open invitation to all interested in writing a blog, a hobby that will bring you
millions thousands hundreds tens of dollars joy and happiness. Send me a link to your post, and I'd be happy to put it up.
Have a good weekend!