Office Move

All books and boxes hav been moved, but where am I going to put everything?

All books and boxes have been moved, but where am I going to put everything?

The contact directory doesn’t seem to have updated itself yet, so a quick note via the blog: I have moved from an office in the Centre for Computational Chemistry (W236) into one in the Synthetic Chemistry Building (N423), phone extension number has stayed the same.

It all fits (well, nearly, there are still thins some of the previous occupants need to collect). But the important thing is that the computer is up and running again.

It all fits (well, nearly, there are still thins some of the previous occupants need to collect). But the important thing is that the computer is up and running again.

There was a stage on Friday where I wasn’t sure all my accumulated stuff would fit in, but, as the photo shows, it all worked out in the end. And as if on cue, the hot air balloons came by to highlight the superior view.

Balloons over Cabot Tower

Balloons over Cabot Tower

 

Who can be uncheered with a balloon?

Who can be uncheered with a balloon?

 

 


One Comment on “Office Move”

  1. […] were relatively quiet and taken up with research, holiday and teaching preparation, as well as moving office. However, in late August the Picture It… Chemistry blog was mentioned on the Nature Chemistry […]


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