Things to do during #RealTimeChem week 2014

RTCWeekBannerInternational2So #RealTimeChem week 2014 is upon us!

 

Tweet some chemistry with #RealTimeChem

Obviously the first thing you can do is take part in #RealTimeChem week by actually tweeting what you are up to in the world of Chemistry using the hashtag #RealTimeChem.

You could even win an award in the #RealTimeChem awards, with the possibility of winning a #RealTimeChem week 2014 mug (very rare indeed!).

Join in with #RealTimeChemCarnival.

RealTimeChemCarnival2014

If you have a blog and are thinking of posting something this week then consider taking part in the blog carnival, which is kindly being hosted by @JessTheChemist at The Organic Solution. Just make sure you use the hashtag #RealTimeChemCarnival so that Jess can add you to the list.

If anyone is looking for blog posts to read this week, you can obviously search on twitter for the hashtag.

Have some fun with “chemistsholdingmolecularmodels“.

chemistsholdingmolecularmodels

Have a bit of fun by uploading a picture of yourself (I believe this is what all the hip people call a selfie) holding a molecular model. This just looks like a fun little project. I wonder how many chemists and structures this can collect over time?

Just let me know when you’ve uploaded your picture by sharing with #RealTimeChem.

Draw some #Freehandrings

This was rather popular last time. So why not have a go at challenging your fellow chemists to a game of #Freehandrings. No prizes for this one, except some minor internet fame as everyone marvels at your amazing ring drawing prowess.

 

Try @azmanam’s #ChemDrawChallenge!

Azmanam, creator of #RealTimeChem, has challenged the community to help improve the design of well known mechanisms. Dare you try to take him on?

Anything else? 

If you have a chemistry related project that you’d like highlighted during #RealTimeChem week, then let me know and I’ll add it up here for people to find.

 

-Doctor Galactic & The Lab Coat Cowboy-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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