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Some days feel like an episode of the Twilight Zone…
Why I travel the world in the name of science
How to stop labmates stealing your solvents
Last month brought a tale from a first-time teacher. But how do you keep things fresh after 12 years?
Teaching can be a challenge… especially when you’ve never studied your subject
Herding scientists at a meeting is a lot like herding cats
Eminem, Game of thrones and the ever-present threat of diamonds crushing
Management and leadership are two different, equally important, things
Lab horror stories are fine – as long as we remember why we tell them
A little lab explosion and it’s health and safety gone mad…
Judging posters isn’t easy, especially when you’re seeing double
One scientist’s progress from childhood to PhD and beyond
Explore the hidden delights of thesis recognition
Or: How I learned to stop worrying and love Twitter
She has three diplomas. There’s just one problem…
You can choose your friends, but you can’t choose your lab partners…
The mixed fates of three sports legends who joined the US Chemical Corps during the first world war
The strange items - and legends - colleagues leave behind
How the future president of Israel kept Britain fighting in the first world war
Are we masking role models by our choice of abbreviation?
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