Interesting Stuff


Molecular Viewer

IQmol now has its own webpage where you can download Mac and Windows binaries, view sceenshots and find out about future updates of the program.


LSAT Logic in Everyday Life

I have just become a big fan of the podcast "LSAT Logic in Everyday Life". Each episode is relatively short (5-10 mins) and focuses on arguments about a contemporary issue. The presenter, Andrew Brody, points out how emotional thinking can easily take hold of an argument and leave us without a leg to stand on. If you want to spring-clean your mind, then this is the perfect tool for finding the dust that has settled on your thinking.

Check out the latest edition on the Princeton Review website, or search for "LSAT" in iTunes.