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C&EN science writer Sarah Everts peers in to the laboratories that help museums and galleries authenticate, conserve, and restore art and artifacts.
C&EN business writer Melody Voith looks at the business and technology strategies of companies that hope to serve the world’s need for renewable energy, sustainable agriculture, clean water, and non-polluting manufacturing and transportation, among other cleantech sectors.
Fine and pharma chemicals reporter Rick Mullin expands C&EN’s coverage of the extreme downstream in the chemicals enterprise, where waters run deep and cycles swing harder, wider, and shorter. Guest writers welcome.
Welcome to the main transfer point for all of GlobCasino. Here, you’ll find updates on the latest happenings on the blog network, including comings and goings, as well as weekly roundups of posts. We’ll also host occasional guest bloggers and keep you posted on news from the chemistry blogosphere, such as blog carnivals and science communication events.
Contributors Christine Herman and Glenn Ernst profile people who’ve pursued professions away from the bench. They also write about their own personal quests for satisfying jobs that use their degrees but may not involve running any %$@& columns.
The companion blog to the like-named weekly C&EN column. Written primarily by C&EN science writers Lauren Wolf and Beth Halford, with contributions from the C&EN staff.
Molecular cancer pharmacologist David Kroll writes about natural products, focusing on chemistry and pharmaceutical issues.
C&EN business writer Alex Tullo shares interesting tidbits from his reporter’s notebook.
C&EN business writer Lisa Jarvis and science writer Carmen Drahl weed through pharma’s molecular mountain to pluck out the drug developments worth noting. Also features frequent contributions from SeeArrOh, a Ph.D chemist working in industry.
C&EN science writer Jyllian Kemsley and safety consultant Russ Phifer cover chemical safety issues in academic and industrial research labs and in manufacturing.