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This month's resource is our new list of the 13 best [active] chemistry blogs!
It took some time, but after combing the internet and filtering out blogs that have been left to die, we've made this list of our favorites that are still active. It's the place to start if you want to procrastinate but still want to get your chemistry fix!
We're growing our blog content and we need your help! Are you interested in contributing a guest post that will be promoted on our social media and email list? Use the list below for inspiration and email us at email@example.com with your idea!
Lab Hacks - clever tricks to make lab work easier (100-400 words)
- The science behind controversial or politically charged topics, including mythbusting with evidence
- Opinion pieces on the life of a scientist including career choices, being a student in your field or problems your field faces
Just for fun:
Here's a list of fun science unicode characters you can use in text editors or copy and paste into social media posts! Add it to your social media account name to show your field.
⌬ (U+232C) or ⏣ (U+23E3), ⚕ (U+2695) ⚛ (U+269B), ☢ (U+2622), ☣ (U+2623) ⇋ (U+21CB), ♲ (U+2672) ℃ (U+2103) or ℉ (U+2109) ☕ (U+2615) Type code, press ALT+X
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September 2019 - Focus on Science Podcasts