Money in nanotech is excellent (70+)...but it really requires a post-doc at the moment and very good connections as the field is so small (at least from the chemist side, anyway). I teach at a very small liberal arts college...never really liked doing actual lab work much (of course now I have 3 labs a week I have to prep).
I'm still not fully sure about the where. My ugpa was a blazing 2.9, but my LSAT is looking like it'll be 167-170 range, I've got several publications, lots of committe work from my current post (which is mostly underserved students...70% 1st gen. college, so I've got a lot to write about there). George Washington would be my first choice. Franklin Pierce looks like a great place as long as you're certain you wanna do IP and you open up a can of whup-ass while there. I'd originally planned on applying next year, but some crazy administrative bull with pay at my current school got me starting a little earlier so I'm trying to play catch up right now. How 'bout you?
yeah, very few chemists, i have found, can do this one. how is the $$ in nanotech though, good i would imagine? where you want to go to LS?
My skills are all nanotech related. Synthesis...well, lets just say I have enough trouble making a cup of coffee.
Why do you find yourself in need of rearranging some safrole?
no need really... just checkin your skills... its a difficult process.