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  • Blog Housekeeping

    The Last Word on Taste

    No time for real blogging for today, but I couldn’t let this one go by: Reader Steve C. passes on what has to be one of the worst examples from the old days of tasting new compounds. Back in 1886, Victor Meyer was the first to achieve a reasonable synthesis of bis(2-chloroethyl)sulfide. So, as people… Read More
  • Blog Housekeeping

    Categories

    I’ve noticed many visitors hitting the category topics over there on the right side of the page. Unfortunately, some of those headings don’t have any posts in them yet, because we’re still transferring the contents of the old site over here. As of this writing, we only have about the last fifty posts or so… Read More
  • Blog Housekeeping

    Welcome Back!

    It’s a relief to finally be able to post again. My previous platform ran into a major glitch last week, and it was only after a few days that I realized that none of my new posts were getting through. So here’s the new site, run from a spiffy Movable Type interface. That means that… Read More
  • Blog Housekeeping

    Catching Up

    Little time for blogging the last day or two. I’ve been finishing up a paper to send to Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Letters, the first one I’ve written in a while, and I’m checking over another paper that I’m a coauthor on. We’re deciding on where to send that one – the lead author suggested… Read More
  • Autism

    Here and There

    I wanted to take a moment to mention some interesting posts around Blogdom that readers may not have seen. In a response to the news on secretin for autism (see my post below), Dwight Meredith writes on what it was like at its peak of interest: Human secretin, swine secretin, herbal secretin (which as far… Read More
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