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The Pocket Card Monthly QR Exclusive - December 2022

Thank you for ordering The Pocket ScientistThe Pocket ChemistThe Pocket Engineer  or The Pocket Physicist and scanning the QR code to reach this page! This page is exclusively for holders of these cards and will have new content, freebies, resources and discounts every calendar month.

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December Discount:

We just launched two new Word Magnet sets! The Biology and Medicine sets are now available from our website or from Amazon. Use code NEWWM15 to get 15% off these two sets and ANY other word magnet sets from our website. Order by Dec. 15th to ensure delivery by Dec. 24th in the USA.

December Resource - Free video editing tools:

I've been experimenting with more video lately and want to recommend two free tools that will enable you to edit and share all of your SciComm videos more easily.
  • CapCut - The best free video editor for iOS and Android. It's TikTok friendly and very intuitive. Share your science quickly!
  • DaVinci Resolve - This is a professional video editor for PC/Mac that is absurdly free unless you need the last 10% of expert features (you don't). It's intimidating at first but you only need about 5 buttons to slice up your videos and add text overlays. Watch a YouTube tutorial for beginners before diving in.

    December News - Making progress on The Lab Coat Project

    We just released several photos of our first prototype for The Lab Coat Project to our email list. Here's one of them below. We'll be sending more updates including a Beta tester application via email very soon. Make sure you're subscribed to get these community updates and be a part of our mission to make a lab coat you look and feel great in.

    If you know a single scientist or engineer who wears a lab coat and has not taken this survey, we need their voice added! It's only an 8-minute form. Forward this link to them and tell them how awesome this is going to be when everyone contributes. 


          Just for fun:

          After a detailed analysis, researchers are still struggling to understand the mechanism behind the glowing nose.

          Science cartoons by Tom Gauld


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          November 2022 - Focus timer 

          October 2022 - Career skills workshops

          September 2022 - Conservation in the laboratory

          August 2022 - Join a study to help scientists

          July 2022 - Lab Coat Materials Ultimate Guide

          June 2022 - Neuroscience Podcasts and Lab Coat Update

          May 2022 - Science Learning Centers near you

          April 2022 - The Pocket Physicist Launch and Best Math Blogs

          February 2022 - Fantastic Physics Blogs

          January 2022 - Pleasure reading for engineers

          December 2021 - Easy lab process diagrams

          November 2021 - Free STEM icons for your presentations

          October 2021 - WebPlotDigitzer and Lab Coats

          September 2021 - Engineering Podcasts

          August 2021 - STEM Holiday Calendar

          July 2021 - STEM on TikTok

          June 2021 - Productivity resources

          May 2021 - SciComm on Social Media

          April 2021 - Sustainability in the lab

          March 2021 - Gifts for Engineers

          February 2021- Focus on reading papers

          January 2021 - Focus on interviewing

          December 2020 - Inspirational reading for graduate students

          November 2020 - Graduate application resources

          October 2020 - Voting for Science

          September 2020 - New Lab Art Photography

          August 2020 - The Pocket Chemist Exam Edition launch!

          July 2020 - Word Magnet Launch!

          June 2020 - Constant giveaways and learning to code

          May 2020 - Time to get writing?

          April 2020 - Quarantine life and a new retro sticker!

          March 2020 - Focus on Best Chemistry Blogs

          February 2020 - Focus on Digital tools for chemistry

          January 2020 - Focus on Outreach

          December 2019 - Focus on Social Media Accounts for Scientists

          November 2019 - Focus on Helpful Reading for Grad Students

          October 2019 - Focus on Chemistry and Chemistry Resources

          September 2019 - Focus on Science Podcasts

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