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Chembites – a blog for undergrads!

Probably the hardest thing to do as an undergraduate is to read the literature.  It’s extremely daunting at first, and until you have a lot of experience with the language/abbreviations and background, you can end up spending frustrating numbers of hours reading a single paper.  Wouldn’t it be wonderful to have a “sparknotes” version of some of the more interesting papers?

This morning, our friendly neighborhood editor Rachel forwarded this blog to Chiral and I.  It’s written by a group of MIT chemistry graduate students looking at the literature and distilling/filtering it down to be understandable for an undergraduate reader.  Because (a) I really like this blog,  and (b) this is a great resource for undergraduates, here’s the link to their blog:  chembites.  Enjoy!

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