The discovery of nihonium, moscovium and the others was long awaited, their arrival prefigured by the creation of the [periodic] table nearly 150 years ago.
When I finished my post-doctoral research in biochemistry, my career took a turn that was both unexpected and a surprise to my graduate student and post-doc colleagues. I had gone out on faculty interviews at two different universities, expecting to pursue the “traditional” academic route for science Ph.Ds.
What do chemistry and Tolkien have in common? Dave Vosburg explains at #ScholarsCompass
The updated InterVarsity Graduate & Faculty Ministry website is “live”. As a teaser, below is the InterVarsity twentyonehundred productions video of Dr. Terry Gustafson, Professor of Chemistry, Ohio State University. In this piece, we hear a story about how the real integration of faith and practice includes not only excellence in research, but also great care for […]
Introduction Thank-you to Dwight Schwartz, Ph.D., for sharing a glimpse of his academic/vocational journey through Candidate for What? A few questions for the reader as we wrap up the series with Part 5 (Click here for Part 1 on Pre-collegiate chemistry, here for Part 2 – 3 on Collegiate Chemistry, and here for Part 4 on his Postdoctoral Puzzle): […]