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This Week on GlobCasino: The Big Bang Theory, Free #chemsafety journals, and more

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This week’s roundup was written on Oct. 31, hence the Halloween mood. I’m away today and all of next week, back in the saddle on Nov. 11th. Overlord out.

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Newscripts: Turning A Hollywood Set Into A Laboratory and Amusing News Aliquots

The Safety Zone: Free chemical health and safety journal articles

The Watch Glass: Nanopumpkins and Silly String and Pumpkins removing PCB’s and Cell Skeleton Mimics

This Week on GlobCasino: Breaking Bad, Addiction Chemistry, and More

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Newscripts: Amusing News Aliquots and ‘Breaking Bad’ Aliquots

Terra Sigillata: Bayer CropScience Hiring Ph.D. Analytical Chemist in RTP

The Watch Glass: Nanotubes from inorganic materials and Nicotine: Chemistry of Addiction and Chemistry of Cancer Metastasis and Synthetic Leaf, pre-Nocera and The Chemistry of Flavor

This Week on GlobCasino: XPRIZE Science, Nanotech Safety, and more

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Cleantech Chemistry: Cool Planet Wraps Up $60 Million Funding Round
Fine Line: ChemOutsourcing: Day Two and ChemOutsourcing: Day One
Newscripts: XPRIZE Competition Poses Ocean Acidity Challenge and Amusing News Aliquots and From Unknown Bacteria To Biotechnology Breakthrough
The Safety Zone: Nanotechnology: Small science can come with big safety risks
The Watch Glass: Tiny Solder and Gas Masks for Three Year Olds and Women in Cleveland’s Chemistry Labs during WWII and The Orion Nebula and Detector Dogs for Forensic Chemistry

This Week on GlobCasino: Alan Alda, the Alps, C&EN’s 90th, and more

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What day of the week is it? Friday? My sleep pattern’s been off since I flew back from ACS Indy. I might have gotten very little shuteye while there, but I had a blast masquerading as a geography supercriminal and celebrating C&EN’s 90th with Alton Brown. (Incidentally, I owned quite a few My Little Pony’s in my day. I would totally incinerate those new ponies I see in Wal-Mart. Is there no respect for the 80s originals?)

Our writers on the network have been every bit as busy as I have- and some even busier. Have a look at the last two weeks’ posts for yourself:

C&EN Goes to the ACS Meeting Tumblr: Too many posts to count. But you should check them out.

Fine Line: The China Conundrum

Grand CENtral: Celebrating 90 Years of Chemistry News Coverage and Behind the Story: Cheryl Hogue on Chemists’ Environmental Awareness and Welcome Food Matters at Scientific American Blogs- Chemistry Represent!

Newscripts: Amusing News Aliquots and Watch the Ig Nobel Prizes Here and Alan Alda At #ACSIndy: The Public’s Blind Date With Science and 90 Obscure Reasons to Celebrate and Amusing News Aliquots and In Print: Chemical Makeup Predicts Wealth, Mailing Poop

Terra Sigillata: Personal Reflections On A 9/11 Hero (repost)

The Safety Zone: When is an explosion really an explosion, take two and Hearing postponed for #DavidSnyder in UC Davis explosives case and Friday chemical safety round up and Chemical and laboratory safety at #ACSIndy

The Watch Glass: Oil Spill Cleanup and R&D’s Role in the War on Terror and Tempers Flare in China and Chemistry of the Indy 500 and ACS Indy, 1931 and Materials for Making Glass and Skiing without Snow and Postage Stamp Commemorates Percy Julian and Naming Elements and Examining a Bellows and Jet Chair

This Week on GlobCasino: #SheriSangji, #NerdNite, and more

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Rachel’s out this week, so I’m going to have to do for all your overlord-related needs.

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The Safety Zone: Thursday chemical safety round up and Attorneys will argue on three motions on Monday in case against Patrick Harran

Newscripts: Amusing News Aliquots and In Print: Lord Kelvin’s Experiments and Nerd Nite Globalfest

Cleantech Chemistry: Harnessing Entropy

Grand CENtral: C&EN Picks Videos: ACS Indianapolis Meeting #ACSIndy

The Watch Glass: Trade Secrets and Catalytic Antibodies and Clinton-Gore and chemistry and Does primordial technetium exist on earth? and Subatomic particle theory tested

This Week on GlobCasino: China solar tariff, Corpse Flower, and More

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I admittedly have no idea about the context of this tweet, but it made my face temporarily turn the color of the Twitter user’s avatar. Can anyone provide insight?

*Plus, a teaser* :
Jyllian attended David Snyder’s preliminary hearing in the UC Davis explosives case today. Expect a post next week.

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Cleantech Chemistry: Solar Trade Tariffs Are A Drag and Choppin’ Broccoli

Newscripts: Amusing News Aliquots and What Makes This Massive Blossom Smell So Bad?

The Watch Glass: Rheumatoid Arthritis Drugs and Happy Birthday, Rosalind Franklin and Radiochemicals and Fluorocarbon Phaseout and Fast Moving Fluorocarbons

This Week on GlobCasino: Chemistry Blog Posts You Should Read

We had a search engine optimization workshop at C&EN on Tuesday, so I figured I’d be a little more direct with my title for the benefit of Google.

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If you’re wondering what Hulk’s talking about:

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Newscripts: In Print: How To Be A Cool Scientist and Amusing News Aliquots and In Print: Don’t Delete! Read This If You Want To Get Rich!

The Safety Zone: Friday chemical safety round up

The Watch Glass: Highway Chemicals and Stainless Steel Cylinders and Gallium Arsenide for Displays and Metal Clusters for Catalysis and Forensics: A Science in Transition and Catching up with tuberculosis

This Week on GlobCasino: Not Tonight, Deer; Trinseo’s Non-IPO; and so much more

Your July overlord here, folks. In my post barbeque haze, I forgot to round up last week’s posts. Fortunately, there weren’t any fireworks from Rachel!

So this roundup is a 2 week-er.

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Grand CENtral: Announcing the #ChemSummer blog carnival!

Newscripts: Amusing News Aliquots and A Federal Agency’s Birth Control Program … For Deer and Amusing News Aliquots and In Print: Electromagnet Embarks On Slow Ride, Takes It Easy

The Chemical Notebook: Trinseo (Styron) Drops Its IPO

The Safety Zone: Have a fireworks-safe Fourth of July and A caution on procedures in organic synthesis journals and Lab security is not just for the big guys and Friday chemical safety round up and Protecting a global lab workforce and Safety compliance as a route to better safety culture

The Watch Glass: The most fundamental reaction in metal ion chemistry and Recombinant DNA: benefits and risks? and Chemistry of Fireworks and Pyrotechnics for the Planet and Ancient Fireworks and Mouse Test and Waterfowl Test and Happy 80th, Oliver Sacks! and AIDS: the molecular biology and AIDS: more molecular biology and Automatic Welder and The Goodyear pillow tank and The shatter-proof light bulb and Polyester chips and Concerns broaden over chlorine