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#RealTimeChem Week 2015: Blog Carnival Week Round-Up
Hello again, and thanks for another great #RealTimeChem week over on twitter!
This week we learned that we look backward quite a bit to inform the present and the future. No takers on predicting the 2030 Nobels, but lots of fascinating #OldTimeChem!
• Take a look at links to more on the trends over time from FX Coudert (@fxcoudert).
• From Под тягой (@orgchemby), a look at the contributions of the Fischers (have Google Translate handy—a great read!).
In #CurrentTimeChem — ICYMI:
• Now, back to my mouth watering over all the #RealTimeChem Cook Off tweets (and treats) – check out #whatscooking!
Did I miss anything? Let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks again to all the Bloggers and Tweeters!
Missed Day 1? See the wrap up here.
Missed Day 2: See the wrap up here.
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