I found the results of the recent Astrobites graduate student life survey fascinating. Please take some time to read through the Astrobites article summarizing the results.
A recent email has caused quite a buzz in the astronomy community. The email pertains to the expectations placed on graduate students. We are reminded that similar letters have been written in the chemistry community - see this post on Chemistry Blog. Our friends over at Astrobites are conducting a survey to look at what... Continue Reading →
Title: Stibonium Ions for the Fluorescence Turn-On Sensing of F– in Drinking Water at Parts per Million Concentrations DOI: 10.1021/ja308194w Author: Iou-Sheng Ke a, Mykhaylo Myahkostupov b, Felix N. Castellano *b, and François P. Gabbaï *a Journal: Journal of American Chemical Society Affiliation: a) Department of Chemistry, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, USA; b) Department of Chemistry and Center for... Continue Reading →
If you are thinking about applying to graduate school it is time to start on your applications! Please check out last year's post for some helpful tips, including links to some very helpful and thorough articles - https://chembites.org/2011/09/29/applying-to-grad-school/ Good luck to everyone applying this year!