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Getting a PhD opens up a world of opportunity

My first interview was with a PhD who transitioned to industry. This seems to be a more “traditional” transition from academia, but upcoming interviews might prove otherwise.   1,291 more words


VTMR TD-NMR Cross-linking Density MRI System Analyzer for Polymer

Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is widely used as a non-invasive means of obtaining clinical images and studying tissue metabolism in vivo. In this revised and updated edition, the principles of NMR are introduced, with descriptions of the ways in which NMR can be used to study living systems, and the scope and limitations of each technique. 365 more words

NMR Application

Christina Marvin presented a talk at the ACS National Meeting and Exposition

CCBTP Trainee Christina Marvin gave an oral presentation at the recent American Chemical Society (ACS) National Meeting and Exposition (August 22, 2016).


RNA therapy has shown real promise against psoriasis in its first human trial

A phase 1 trial involving a new type of RNA therapy has shown that the treatment could be used to fight psoriasis, a debilitating skin condition that affects nearly 3 percent of the world’s population. 613 more words


History and Public Communication of Scholarship

Lately it seems that many articles have been coming through my news-feed about the failure of scholars to communicate their research to the public.  Some of these articles have even taken a… 831 more words

General Reflections

Managing Big Data - Again

I was reading the recent Distillations magazine from the Chemical Heritage Foundation and saw an article on Information Overload.  It reminded me of the post I wrote a while ago on big data in the 19th century, along with multiple posts about the… 997 more words

General Reflections