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#RealTimeChem Blog Carnival: Round-Up Two

By: , Posted on: November 7, 2016


It’s been another great week for #RealTimeChem, particularly with this weekend’s #WhatsCooking!

To wrap up the week, we have a great range of perspectives and explorations: the tough side of chemistry (and life), the joy of pretzels, the dangers of fireworks and glowsticks, and puns. Lots of puns.

  • Anna A ‏(@Lady_Beaker) writes “#RealTimeChem week: New chemistry circumstances”, a very personal look at something that affects many – the disconnect between the physical, mental, and time-sensitive demands of research, versus the unpredictable and persistent obstacles put up by chronic illness. She’s writing about CFS, but the challenges are so familiar to anyone who has experienced this struggle themselves and/or seen friends or loved ones go through it:

If I missed your blog, please let me know at @KateyBirtcher. Thanks again to the bloggers and readers!

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