Hello there! I am a rising senior Environmental Chemistry major at Hartwick College and I made this blog as a way to reconnect with my inner chemistry geek. Feel free to submit posts. Let your inner geek enjoy!
By the way my name is Catherine. Feel free to check out my personal blog here: catherine-grace.tumblr.com
you use a greater than or equal to sign instead of writing out “at least” in your notebook.
you are reading a science research book and read the word “coaxes” as co-axes and think it’s about plotting data points not coaxing an audience to be interested in your research.
When your working in a non-chemistry lab with other types of scientists and you still show up in pants, closed toe shoes and safety glasses.
Hi, all. I am into my second week of my research assistantship for grad school! I’m super excited. I’m off to a slow start as my advisor recommended but I’m already getting excited about my reading. Last week I had to opportunity to learn a little about our lab work, went on a site visit, and assisted an undergrad with her field work. All very exciting :) This week I will be learning how to use two of the instruments in the lab.
My master’s in Water Science and Policy so my posts related to personal experience are probably going to become a bit more general, i.e. you’ll see more “You know you’re a scientist when” instead of “You know you’re a chemist when” posts. But fear not! I am definitely still a chemist at heart as well and many posts will be chemistry related.
Have a wonderful week!
♥ Catherine Grace
One of the scientists on Numb3rs makes dessert for a dinner party. That dessert is liquid nitrogen ice cream :)