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First-ever high-res pictures of molecules reforming chemical bonds

Scientists at Berkeley Lab weren’t setting out to take beautiful pictures of molecules breaking and reforming chemical bonds, this just happened to be a surprising side benefit of trying to cause the reactions (Source). “‘Nobody has ever taken direct, single-bond-resolved … Continue reading

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Data

Daily reporting is starting up at esyringe. My boss wants a report on esyringe.com everyday, starting today. The website is set up for Google Analytics (GA). But how to use it… GA offers a ton of tools and a ton … Continue reading

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You’re biased.

Haha, just kidding — but seriously. You are. And so am I. McKinsey Quarterly wrote this golden article about management and the biases everyone has. We may not have all of them, we may not act on all the ones we have, … Continue reading

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Marketing and Effectiveness

McKinsey Quarterly’s recent article on Measuring Marketing’s Worth uses five questions to evaluate how your company can use marketing to its best advantage. From the article, these questions are: What exactly influences our customers today? How well informed (really) is our … Continue reading

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Knowledge

It’s so difficult to gain knowledge outside of work. I constantly find myself wanting to know more about the different topics that interest me. But I also consistently find myself doing brainless and menial tasks, just doing the things that … Continue reading

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