Share this article:
#RealTimeChem Blog Carnival: Round-Up One
Welcome to the first round-up of the 2016 #RealTimeChem blog carnival!
Kicking off the week, and right on theme to bring fresh #NewElemChem to you, we have a thought-provoking take on chemistry careers, a chemist enjoying the engagement twitter brings for the first time, and the view from a new desk:
- Dr Marc Reid (@reid_indeed) offers a meaningful and relatable view on making the change from the bench to leadership, with “Quotable Lessons in Science Leadership” here: http://bit.ly/2dMsgCK
- Partha Jyoti Das (@parthajyotidas6) writes “A New Daily Life with #RealTimeChem” with a shout-out to Suzanne Jansze, RealTimeChem, and all the things that make Twitter great for scientists and the chemistry community: http://parthajyoti.blogspot.co.il/
- Liz Manning, Business Development Manager at Catexel (@catexel_global) posts about being new, with a new view, at a nimble organization, in “A new perspective on working in the chemistry industry” here: https://t.co/bXs3WEk2L8
Thanks to the bloggers and the readers—and stay tuned for more over the course of the week!
Most of the major scientific challenges of the 21st century — including sustainable energy resources, water quality issues, and process efficiency in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries — revolve around chemical engineering. Elsevier’s broad content in this area examines topics such as bioprocessing, polymer nano-composites, biomass gasification and pyrolysis, computational fluid dynamics, industrial proteins, catalysis, and many others with great significance and applicability to researchers today. Our books, eBooks, and online tools provide foundational information to students, and cutting-edge coverage to advance corporate research and development. Learn more about our Chemical Engineering books here.