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November 1, 2013
Chemist At Work
Well, now I know the previously-obscured downside of writing a monthly column for Chemistry World. This month's entry is on emulating enzymes, and it's adorned by the illustration shown here (© "The Hit Man", so it says). I just emailed the link to my wife, and after she caught her breath from laughing, she noted the following for verisimilitude: "Tell them that you don't wear a tie. And that your height-to-width ratio is better. And that your beard isn't all that fearsome." Nothing, you'll note, about my tongue hanging out. That part is apparently true to life.
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