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Publishing Skills: 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

Tips for Writing Better Science Papers

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We Have Cookies And Beer!

Author: Elena Lenci, Nicola Cavallini

07 August 2018 – Nicola Cavallini, winner of the ChiMiCapisce Competition, on science communication, Monty Python, and chemometrics

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Progress in the Austrian Young Chemists Network

Author: Julian Dutzler, Degenhart Hochfilzer, Miguel Steiner

03 July 2018 – Organization has expanded from seven founding members to a nationwide network

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The Next Generation of Portuguese Chemists

Author: João Borges, Ana Rita Araújo, Catarina Custódio, Sara Amorim, Artur J. Moro, Leonardo Mendes

05 June 2018 – History, goals, and activities of the Young Chemists Group of the Portuguese Chemical Society (SPQ)

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The Ins and Outs of a Ph.D. Across Continents

Author: Torsten John

03 April 2018 – Why would someone do a joint Ph.D. project across continents? What are advantages and challenges?

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150 Years Alfred Wöhlk

Author: Klaus Ruppersberg, Janet Blankenburg

06 March 2018 – Despite many efforts, the mechanism of this still-used detection reaction from 1904 is still unknown

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What is an ORCID?

Author: Vera Koester

02 May 2017 – Why should you have one and how do you get one? What kind of data are stored?

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Expectations of Younger Chemists in France

Author: Sophie Carenco, Camille Oger, Gregory Chatel (on behalf of the French Young Chemists Network)

07 February 2017 – International Younger Chemist Network: The expectations of younger chemists in France

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Why Does Iodine Turn Starch Blue?

Author: Catharina Goedecke

06 December 2016 – The exact structure of the starch-iodine complex has been a mystery

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Chemistry Databases

Author: ChemistryViews.org

01 November 2016 – A collection of useful subject-specific information resources for chemists and other scientists

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Career: As A Chemist Managing Products

Author: Louisa Bohn, Richard Threlfall

06 September 2016 – Dr. Richard Threlfall talks about a change of employment and why he thinks ChemPlanner is a game-changing software

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