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After Submission and Handling Referee Comments: Unfair Review?

Author: Richard Threlfall

01 October 2013 – What happens if you think you've been treated unfairly during the peer-review process? Insider tips on getting your point across

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Career: As A Chemist at the European Environmental Bureau (EEB)

Author: Vera Köster

01 October 2013 – Tatiana Santos, Senior Policy Officer, talks about her job that involves influencing policymaking and giving advice about sustainable chemistry

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Tips for Writing Better Science Papers

Author: Richard Threlfall

05 September 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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Chemistry is Cool! Photocompetition closed

Author: ChemistryViews

05 September 2013 – Romanian Young Chemists Group invites you to participate at the first edition of “FOTOCHIMICA” Competition of Photography

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Competition to Design Energy Self-sufficient Desalination Plants

Author: Vera Koester; Photos © TU München

03 September 2013 – 19 years old winner of the TUM DeSal Challenge talks about the challenges of developing and building his very successful desalination plant

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After Submission and Handling Referee Comments: Manuscript Rejected

Author: Richard Threlfall

03 September 2013 – Rejection is not nice, but it happens to everyone. Insider tips on what to do next

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Career: As A Chemist at IUPAC

Author: Vera Köster

03 September 2013 – Dr. Fabienne Meyers, Associate Director of IUPAC, talks about her career path, her daily work, and why IUPAC isn't just there to invent rules

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Chemists Talk About Their Jobs

Author: ChemistryViews.org

06 August 2013 – Interview series where we ask a broad range of scientists about their jobs

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Tips and Tricks for the Lab: Air-Sensitive Techniques (4)

Author: Sarah Millar

06 August 2013 – The isolation and analysis of your air-sensitive product requires careful manipulation of your compound

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Mind your Language! A Very Brief Guide to Language Usage in Scientific Writing (2)

Author: Richard Threlfall

06 August 2013 – A reader/editor/reviewer may miss the whole point of your manuscript if it is unnecessarily dressed up in difficult language

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