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April 10, 2006
I have Schedule D to wrestle with tonight, so it's time for some linking and blogroll additions. I'll start with a relatively new blog from a pharma consultant, Eye on FDA, and that'll do it from the industrial side this time.
The rest are from academia, some pure chemistry sites such as Dylan Stiles', which I've already linked to. I enjoy his site a lot, but one thing that it tells me is something that I already knew - namely, that I'm not 25 any more. Another blogging chem grad student is Paul Bracher, at Harvard. Another site for hard-core organic chemistry fans is Totally Synthetic. I did just this sort of thing for my PhD, and it's a lot more fun to read about than it is to do. Another blog from inside academia, this time from a post-doc, is Interfacial Science. Another post-doc can be found at Post Doc Ergo Propter Doc.
I can also recommend Nature's venture into chem-blogging, the group-written Sceptical Chymist. (That's the name I put on my first notebook in my first-year Quantitative Analysis course, actually - Robert Boyle is definitely worth remembering).
And finally, there's Peter Rost, famously ex-Pfizer. You're unlikely to find very many points of agreement between his worldview and mine, but you can see for yourself here.
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