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Tips for Your Poster: Designing Your Poster (3)

Author: Richard Threlfall

05 August 2014 – How to use color, font size, and other design elements to create a poster that invites others to easily see your most important results

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Career: As A Chemist at a Museum

Author: Vera Koester

28 July 2014 – Dr. S. Röhrs has worked as a scientist at the Musées de France, The British Museum, and is now at the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

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7 Tips to Become a Master Presenter

Author: ChemistryViews.org

22 July 2014 – David Zielinski watched people with top-notch presentation skills to find out what it needs to become a master presenter

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Tips for Your Poster and Your Presentation

Author: Richard Threlfall

16 July 2014 – R. Threlfall, Editor of the Asian Journal of Organic Chemistry, gives you some tips on how to plan and design an outstanding poster

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Tips for Your Poster: Planning Your Poster (2)

Author: Richard Threlfall

01 July 2014 – What makes an outstanding poster that invites others to take interest in your research

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Tips for Your Poster: Writing a Conference Abstract (1)

Author: Richard Threlfall

03 June 2014 – The first thing that you’ll do for a conference presentation is to write your abstract – an advertisement for your work

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How to Become an Academic Entrepreneur

Author: Vera Koester

06 May 2014 – 9 tips to successfully turn discoveries into an everyday reality

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Innovative Learning and Teaching Practices

Author: ChemistryViews

27 February 2014 – This page lists new innovative learning and teaching practices in chemistry

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Diet Coke and Mentos Fountain

Author: Sabrina Turba and Vera Köster

20 February 2014 – The startling reaction of Diet Coke and Mentos sweets was a mystery for many years

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Beer and Baby Oil: The Chemistry of Everyday Objects

Author: Vera Koester and Lynsey Geldeard

04 February 2014 – Professor A. Flint and K. Anscheit developed chemistry experiments for secondary school students using everyday objects

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