This Week on CENtral Science: naming genes, @rivertop new CEO, science art, #chemsafety

Superstorm Sandy certainly made things challenging this week. Best wishes for a speedy return to normalcy for readers and colleagues impacted by the storm. I've been sidetracked in other things and remiss in mentioning the annual Science Bloggers for Students campaign that ends on November 5. CENtral Science doesn't have a giving page this year (yes, yes, I am a horrible slacker), but do go support some of the other chemistry bloggers' projects. And without further ado, here's what happened on CENtral Science:

Cleantech Chemistry: MPGs, HEVs, PHEVs Oh My! and Moving to Missoula: Rivertop’s new CEO

Just Another Electron Pusher: The ACS provides a variety of career information for you

Newscripts: Amusing News Aliquots and Making Art With Numbers … And Molecular Formulas

Terra Sigillata: Making People Hate Chemistry on Halloween and Naming Genes Unlike Named Reactions

The Safety Zone: Webinars: Safety culture and chemical safety committees and Dow teams up with universities on lab safety, how’d the UC “Creating Safety Cultures” webinar go?

Happy Friday!

Author: Rachel Pepling

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