This week's episode features Prof. Feier Hou. We talk about cats, crystals, and her academic journey from China to the USA.
Prof. Hou is now in her second year at Western Oregon University, a Primarily Undergraduate Institution (PUI) - it wasn't an easy road to get there. Tune in to hear about her personal experiences and insights! And also cats.
Follow Prof. Hou on Twitter at @happykitten62!
Our Thanksgiving Episode features Sarah Cady of Iowa State University, who shares her love of magnets, civic duty, and talks to us about her favorite Thanksgiving foods.
Who among us can best explain NMR after a glass of whiskey?
How can we make a difference while surviving the chaos of America in 2019?
The answers to these questions and so much more in this week's edition of the Periodic Bagel!
Follow Sarah on Twitter at @sarahdcady
The British Invasion continues with this week's bits that didn't quite make the cut for our full episode. Find out about Stu's (@stuartcantrill) fave follows, and hear about Nature Chemistry's #1 demographic.
Tune in next week for our Thanksgiving Special with Sarah Cady, who will share with us her love of powerful magnets and civic duty.
This week, CJ and Alex interview Stuart Cantrill, Nature Chemistry's Editor-in-Chief. He shares some spicy gossip in academic publishing, and discusses his thoughts on the peer review process. Reviewer 3 is NOT who you suspect it is! We also play our own take on Stu's game "Kanye or Cronin", and last but certainly not least, Stu gives us a crash course in Gin.
Tune in for Stu's characteristic wit and British charm.
Our inaugural episode launches on Halloween! What better reason to talk about Candy, Biotech Villains, KRAS Mutants, and the rise of the undead Alzheimer's beta-amyloid hypothesis with Lisa Jarvis (@LisaMJarvis), C&EN Magazine's pharma reporter extraordinaire. Chemjobber and Alex will also talk about our "vision" for the show. Please follow us on Twitter at @PeriodicBagel and let us know what you think!