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Biluminescence featured in 'Advances in Engineering'

Our work on highly efficient biluminescent organic emitters at room temperature is featured in Advances in Engineering. Find the appropriate direct link here. The work describes an organic molecule, namely (BzP)PB that shows highly efficient fluorescence and phosphorescence at room temperature. 40 more words

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ONE YEAR AGO THIS WEEK

Flash back to the first few days in December 2012:

My friend, John Ward, takes me to the ER because I was extremely weak and there is a place on the back of my leg, just below the butt cheek that over night is as big as a banana. 1,114 more words

Chemo

Small gifts.

Yesterday I entered my 29th year of life. Birthdays seem different now. Birthdays are a moment to celebrate that we’ve made it through another year, and for the past two birthdays this celebration has felt particularly monumental. 80 more words

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Short Interest Trends for the Atlas Energy Group 071414

Below please find an update on the total number of units sold short across the three Atlas Energy entities. The following chart shows the total number of units sold short for each name since April of 2013. 96 more words

Yield

Moxie Tales

I drafted some blog posts, ideas, and thoughts when I was first recovering from cancer and going through more rigorous chemo. Since then, I’ve wanted to move on, but some of the more fun cancer-inspired projects have stuck. 1,016 more words

Personal

Leukaemia - Cancerous in more than one way

Over the last week I’ve been thinking. I’m very aware that conversation with me must be boring. Whenever I talk to friends or family, leukaemia, in its insidious and cancerous way, seems to butt in. 720 more words

Cancer Care

One Year On

This is the week I had been dreading for a long time now, pretty much for 12 months.

The week got off to a shaky start. 1,670 more words

Cancer Care