Samantha Catt
Samantha Catt is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Heidelberg, Germany where her research involves synthesizing inks for 3D printing. She studied chemistry at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and received Masters degrees from QUT and the University of Würzburg before working as an editor for Wiley-VCH for two years. Outside of the lab she can be found enjoying the sunshine with friends or knitting and listening to podcasts.
NMR just got a glow up

NMR just got a glow up

Wouldn’t it be easier to watch a chemical reaction in realtime? NMR with integrated LED lights could make this more feasible.