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Tips for Writing Better Science Papers: Abstract (3)

Author: Richard Threlfall

04 December 2012 – Tips for a better abstract: how to explain your project in the written equivalent of twenty seconds

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Where Chemical Education is Heading: Interview with Peter Mahaffy

Author: Vera Köster

06 November 2012 – P. Mahaffy, Canada, talks about the need to change the way of teaching chemistry and where he sees chemical education in 50 years

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Tips and Tricks for the Lab: Growing Crystals Part 3

Author: Sarah Millar

06 November 2012 – How do you grow a crystal if your compound decomposes in air? We look at techniques that work for both air-sensitive and air-stable compounds

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Tips for Writing Better Science Papers: Titles (2)

Author: Richard Threlfall

06 November 2012 – The title is the first thing readers and reviewers see, so how can you improve yours? Insider tips for grabbing readers' attention

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Young Chemists at EuCheMS Chemistry Congress in Prague

Author: Christian Stutz, Young Chemists Forum (JCF)

18 October 2012 – Not only renowned scientists, but a lot of young chemists from different countries gave talks at the EuCheMS Congress in Prague

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Heinrich Roessler Award for H. W. Roesky

Author: ChemViews

14 October 2012 – Herbert Roesky has been awarded the Heinrich Roessler Prize of the GDCh for his outstanding contribution to teaching

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University World Ranking 2012 by TimesHE

Author: ChemistryViews

06 October 2012 – The Times Higher Education University Ranking places Caltech in the top spot with the Univeristy of Oxford and Stanford joint second

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Tips and Tricks for the Lab: Growing Crystals Part 2

Author: Sarah Millar

02 October 2012 – Patience, luck, and no small amount of skill are required to grow the perfect crystal for X-ray diffraction. Maximize your chances of getting that elusive crystal

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Tips for Writing Better Science Papers: The Cover Letter (1)

Author: Richard Threlfall

02 October 2012 – How to write a knockout cover letter: insider tips for getting your paper noticed before the editor has even read it!

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More PhD Students Around the Globe

Author: Charlotte Brückner

29 September 2012 – A new report shows similar evolutions in doctoral education in Europe, Asia, Latin America and Africa

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