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Feier Hou 😺🐶⚗️📚 Jun 11
Question for the : has anyone carried samples (inert so no lab safety violation) in your carry-on luggage? I need to take some samples to somewhere else for testing, but I am concerned that having several vials of white powder in my luggage may not end well with TSA..
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Linda Wang_C&EN Jun 11
Need advice, : A chem undergrad reached out to me for advice on her personal statement for grad school. Sexual assault impacted her GPA, and she isn't sure how to broach this subject in her statement. Do you have advice I could share with her? Thank you all!
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Ania Tersakian Sergeenko Jun 15
Getting this PhD has aged me 10 yrs. Stressed 24/7 for the past yr. Is there a non-profit that sends people on a vacation post PhD defense?
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Jeremiah Johnson Group 40m
“Everything the light touches is our kingdom” -
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Pierre Kennepohl Jun 11
I'm looking into the possibility of going to an ELN (electronic lab notebook) for my small (<15 people) academic research group but have no experience with them. Looking for advice from .
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Anne ⚛︎ Schmidt Jun 11
Anyone know the name of these wildflowers 🌼 that would be in Utah Wasatch ⛰ Mountainside? Any horticulturists want to save me the time searching the internet. Please & thank you 👩🏻‍🌾
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Dr. Joel (AT-AT) Walker 2h
I'm going to a networking event tonight (and tomorrow actually) for the first time ever...what exactly do you do at these things?
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Jack Lownes Jun 16
Qu. : my institution allows me to write an optional 'preface' in my thesis (same as 'about the author' or similar). This is something I've rarely come across, and I'm inclined not to do it as a result. I'd be interested to know the thoughts of others.
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Prateek Dongare 7h
Enter a very interesting essay competition on scientific advance you would most like to see in your lifetime..there is also a cash prize. # nature150
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Caledon Labs 3h
Same difference really. Both won awards in 2 different fields, both strong and talented women! I'm sure Marie Curie would also appreciate the mixup 🎂
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Deanna Montgomery 3h
What kind of chemistry? I'm happy to do my best. (I'm a medicinal chemistry PhD candidate.) is also a helpful place if you're looking outside my expertise.
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Sébastien Lapointe 🇨🇦 🏳️‍🌈💎🔬#iypt2019 Jun 16
Note to self: don't trust early experiments in your PhD at a time that you didn't pay so much attention to details or purity of compounds. Can screw you a little when you're writing the article and your NMR shows you no reactivity, but it does react...
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Olexandr Isayev 10h
You know that you probably in Germany if eduroam wifi is available at Biergarten ;))
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Anna Ahveninen 17h
Dear , I need a second opinion. Someone is claiming that "we don't really call it the f-block anymore," which to me sounds absurd but then I've been known to be wrong before. What do you call the lanthanoids & actinoids?
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Dr Laura Clark Jun 10
Hi there . When referring to chemical elements, Capital Letters or not capital letters?
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Meghan Orr 5h
Okay, & , what's your advice on how to balance mentoring an undergrad and maintaining a good level of productivity over the summer? I don't want to shortchange either, but I'm out of my depth here.
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Safia | صفية Jun 15
Today’s edition of : Electrochemistry and catalysis wraps. ⚡️💫🌟
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ACSEnergyLett 38m
Your new ACS Style Guide is coming early 2020. Find out more about new features you can look forward to, and register for updates so you can take a look as soon as updates are released
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Swager Group Jun 16
Hello world! We're excited to be joining the community (finally). Keep an eye out for our tweets!
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bobthechemist 4h
My (and I'm sure the same is true for others on ) Summer is over, department meetings begin
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