*Pun contest! I could also have called this post...
Gotta Make 'Em All
Poke-Ball and Stick Models
Putting the Fun in C-H FUNctionalization
'All Thumbs' Synthesis
"[Todd] also worked on cannabis, and in his excellent autobiography A Time to Remember (1983) he tells with relish the story that, having naively imported 6 lb of distilled cannabis resin donated by the Indian police, he had to promise Customs that he would send 25 copies of any ensuing paper to their Bureau of Drugs and Indecent Publications."Apparently, the "ask forgiveness, not permission" dictum applied in mid-1930s London. It bears reminding that this same choice, made today, would result the appearance of severe gentlemen in dark suits with thick briefcases and Summons in hand at the lab entrance...
|Courtesy of Dr. Freddy, at Synthetic Remarks, who seems to recall|
chalkboards much more fondly than I.
|Your 10-minute excuse to go grab a coffee.|
|SciFinder Scholar, 1999. Source: ISTL.org|
|The first and last physical Aldrich catalogs I remember ordering from.|
Source: Alfred Bader, Sigma-Aldrich
|Source: Cal State LA / Bruker Instruments|
|Just don't write on the glass itself, or the PI will get really angry. Trust me.|
"Whereas the recent National Academies report recommends that students make career plans early in the Ph.D. program, we argue that they should consider labor market conditions and career options before starting a Ph.D. program. Doing so may avoid escalating commitment to a research career and may prevent individuals from entering a postdoc holding pattern. Graduate schools could encourage career planning by requiring that applicants analyze different career options and justify why a Ph.D. is the most promising path forward. Funding agencies could implement similar requirements, especially in conjunction with moving a larger share of funding from research grants to training grants and individual fellowships."
|Berries by the side of the road, 2016.|
Not counted in billions.