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  • Sulfur linkage takes click chemistry in a different direction

    Sulfur linkage takes click chemistry in a different direction

    Via Chemistry World : Thionyl tetrafluoride-based ‘sleeping beauties’ enable click chemistry in a tetrahedral shape Nobel laureate Barry Sharpless and his collaborators have smashed together two storybook-nicknamed scientific worlds, calling on ‘sleeping beauty’ chemical groups to break his famous click chemistry out of ‘flatland’. The original click chemistry – clean, copper-catalysed […]

  • 8 Ways to Find Inspiration When You Need It Most

    8 Ways to Find Inspiration When You Need It Most

    Via Psychology Today : Whether you’re feeling weather-related blahs or just have a sense that your life could use some perking up, there are times when we can all use some inspiration. Sometimes you just can’t get yourself motivated, and you don’t have a clue about how to get started. Even though your […]

  • The world’s most international universities

    The world’s most international universities

    Via The Week : Britain dominates top ten of institutions with ‘outward-looking characteristics’ British universities are among some of the most “international” in the world, according to Times Higher Education (THE). Five of the top ten institutions in the magazine’s list for 2016 were from the UK: Imperial College London; the […]

  • UK’s first centre for Brexit studies launched at Birmingham City University

    UK’s first centre for Brexit studies launched at Birmingham City University

    Via Independent : UK’s first centre for Brexit studies launched at Birmingham City University Researchers at the new centre will study issues relating to Brexit, including business and trade, national security, hate crime and radicalisation and cultural identity Birmingham City University is to launch a Centre for Brexit Studies (CBS) to […]

  • 4 Australian universities in captivating locations

    4 Australian universities in captivating locations

    Via Asian Correspondent : 4 Australian universities in captivating locations From crystal-clear waters and gold velvet sands, to the desolate outback and tropical shoals; Australia is the promised land of dramatic and disparate landscapes. As one of the most isolated countries in the world, it can sometimes seem ironic that it’s […]