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Educate – Inspire – Connect

Author: Vera Köster

08 July 2013 – Nobel Laureates and young scientists enjoyed international research dialogue in relaxed atmosphere at the 63rd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting

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Mind your Language! A Very Brief Guide to Language Usage in Scientific Writing (1)

Author: Richard Threlfall

02 July 2013 – Explaining scientific principles in simple and understandable language is a valuable skill: Insider tips on taking care of what you write

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Tips and Tricks for the Lab: Air-Sensitive Techniques (3)

Author: Sarah Millar

02 July 2013 – Some basic experimental set ups for performing reactions with air-sensitive compounds and how to add solids and liquids

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European Crisis Effects Higher Education Funding

Author: ChemistryViews

17 June 2013 – EUA Public Funding Observatory report looks at impact of the economic crisis on universities

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Tips and Tricks for the Lab: Air-Sensitive Techniques (2)

Author: Sarah Millar

04 June 2013 – The basis of all Schlenk line work, the evacuate-refill cycle, and how to dry and/or degas solvents for air-sensitive reactions

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Tips for Writing Better Science Papers: What Happens Next? (9)

Author: Richard Threlfall

04 June 2013 – What happens once your manuscript arrives on an editor's desk? Tips on what affects an editor's decision to accept or reject your paper

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Tips and Tricks for the Lab: Air-Sensitive Techniques (1)

Author: Sarah Millar

07 May 2013 – Schlenk lines can be daunting for the first-time user. We looked at basic Schlenk line design and how to start and stop a Schlenk line

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Tips for Writing Better Science Papers: References (8)

Author: Richard Threlfall

07 May 2013 – The reference section is easy to compile, but these insider tips can help make it easy to read and use too

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Picture Competition – A Year in the Lab: The Chemist's View

Author: JungChemikerForum (JCF), ChemistryViews, Vereinigung für Chemie und Wirtschaft (VCW)

01 May 2013 – Submit your outstanding photo and have the chance to be selected for a calendar and win one of 12 exciting prizes

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Impact of Global University Rankings

Author: ChemistryViews

13 April 2013 – Number of international university rankings is growing and their influence on universities and public policy is increasing

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