Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Going the extra mile.

I really appreciate the effort that the Research Journal of Chemical Sciences has expended to ensure that all branches of chemistry are well covered.  They are proud to be the only journal in the world to publish (watch for the bold!):

"..research papers, review papers, review articles, technical reports and short commutations in all aspects of Agricultural chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Astrochemistry, Atmospheric Chemistry, Biochemistry, Bioinorganic Chemistry, Bio-organic Chemistry, Biochemical Engineering, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Cluster Chemistry, Combinatorial Chemistry, Chemical Modeling, Chemical Processing, Chemical Thermodynamics, Colloid Chemistry, Drug Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Energy, Electrochemistry, Environmental Chemistry, Environmental Law, Environmental Policy and Management, Forensic Chemistry, Food Chemistry, Fuel Chemistry, Geochemistry, Green Chemistry, Hydrometallurgy, Inorganic Chemistry, Industrial Chemistry, Kinetics, Macromolecular Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry, Marine Chemistry, Material Chemistry, Nanochemistry, Nuclear Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Polymer Chemistry, Petroleum Chemistry, Photochemistry, Physical Chemistry, Polymer Chemistry, Pollution and its Prevention, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Solid State Chemistry, Spectroscopy, Soil Chemistry, Separation and Purification Chemistry, Sonochemistry, Surface Chemistry, Water Chemistry, etc".

Etc???  

Phew, I guess means in addition to pharmaceutical chemistry, drug chemistry and medicinal chemistry there is probably room for more polymer chemistry, sexual chemistry and.....


The one on farms is particularly interesting.

Thursday, November 7, 2013

Choosing a Lab Mascot


-"I dunno....does this labcoat make my ass look big?"

(with thanks to Peter Northcote for the idea, caption AND artistic direction!)