Each month, we will interview one employee to get their opinions on the publishing industry, hear what it’s like to work at Technica, and learn a little bit about them. This month we are interviewing Drew Martin, an Orange County, NC native ...
In honor of National Chemistry Week last week, honorary Technica team members Joseph and Danny showed how to make stalactites and stalagmites with a few household items. They also played around with Mentos and Diet Coke. Enjoy! #NCW30Years
In honor of National Chemistry Week, Technica Editorial teamed up with local North Carolina musician Mayday to produce a song to show that "Chemistry Rocks!" Please enjoy The Science Rap by Mayday.
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Get ready to celebrate the 30th anniversary of National Chemistry Week from October 22-28! Every year the American Chemical Society (ACS) chooses a different theme to celebrate and this year’s theme is Chemistry Rocks!
National Chemistry Day was first instituted in 1987 by ...
The September 8, 2017 meeting of the ISMTE local group featured four presenters who were all attendees of the recent ISMTE North America Conference in Denver, Colorado. Each of the four touched on different issues brought up during the conference’s panel discussions.
Jodi Harrell of Research Square was the first speaker ...
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2017 Highly Cited Researchers list announced! The annual report by @clarivate recognizes some of the world’s most influential minds. Are you one of them? See the list and retrieve your official certificate from Publons: https://t.co/gv0EPkUm4l #HighlyCited2017
Starting a PhD is overwhelming, and over the years, you will learn a lot. But before you start, here are a few things that will be useful to know and will also help you to mentally prepare for the journey…#PhDtips by @fresh_science https://t.co/fOcsOcYMIs
Happy #workinpublishing week! #Journalspublishing is an often overlooked path for graduates but offers an excellent opportunity to build skills and work closely with authors and editors across the world on the publication of high-impact ground-breaking new research.
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