Posts Tagged ‘lecturer’

Electronic notebooks: a peek into the future?

Tuesday, September 16th, 2014
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ELNs (electronic laboratory notebooks) have been around for a long time in chemistry, largely of course due to the needs of the pharmaceutical industries. We did our first extensive evaluation probably at least 15 years ago, and nowadays there are many on the commercial market, with a few more coming from opensource communities. Here I thought I would bring to your attention the potential of an interesting new entrant from the open community.

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Secrets of a university lecturer: 1981-1983.

Thursday, June 6th, 2013
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Many moons ago, when I was a young(ish) lecturer, and much closer in time to my laboratory roots of organic synthesis, I made some chemistry videos. One of these has resurfaced, somewhat  (to me at least) unexpectedly. Nowadays of course, such demonstrations are all carried out using virtual simulations (Flash animations etc) as the equipment itself becomes less common.

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