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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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World Cup Ball Chemistry Quiz

Author: ChemViews Magazine

14 June 2018 – Test your knowledge of the World Cup 2018 ball

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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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5th Franco-German Young Researchers' Day

Author: Association Bernard Grégory, Franco-German University, French Embassy, Institut Français in Germany

22 May 2018 – For Master and Ph.D. students, postdocs who would like to find out about the career opportunities within the French-German environment

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Emergency Diver, Chemical Engineer, Scholarship Holder

Author: Vera Koester, Kilian Westkamp (picture © FH Münster, Theresa Gerks)

01 May 2018 – K. Westkamp on his social engagement as swift water specialist and emergency diver, and his already notable career path

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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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Facilitating Learning and Teaching

Author: Vera Koester, David Shallcross

06 February 2018 – David Shallcross speaks about an app for rapid feedback on oral presentations he has developed and other teaching ideas

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Espresso Crema

Author: ChemistryViews.org

06 February 2018 – Why does an espresso need a crema and how should it look like?

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What are Baryons, Quarks, Hadrons?

Author: ChemistryViews.org

02 January 2018 – The video explains what quarks, hadrons, and baryons are

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The Future of Chemistry is Global

Author: Vera Koester, Paula C. P. Bueno, Sophie Carenco, Christine Dunne, Lori Ferrins, Evijola Llabani, Nnanake-Abasi Offiong, Ilya V. Vorotyntsev

05 December 2017 – Members of the newly formed International Younger Chemists Network (IYCN) talk about their ideas, aims, and work

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Jong-KVCV: Spotlight on Chemistry and Future Scientists

Author: Vera Koester, Christophe De Bie, Geert-Jan Graulus, Jens Maggen, Karel Haesevoets, Kersten Van Langenhove, Lucia Habets, and Niels Van Herck

07 November 2017 – Members of the Youth Division of the Royal Flemish Chemical Society (Jong-KVCV) talk about their motivations and work.

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