#WhatsYourWord: Awareness

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#WhatsYourWord: Awareness

August 14, 2018 by Maha J Cziesielski

Natalie Prinz is a recent MSc graduate from the University of Bremen, Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine Research. Her thesis focused on the effects of tourism on feeding...

Working from home and actually working

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Working from home and actually working

August 9, 2018 by Bill Hinchen

A lot of us choose working from home as the preferred approach when we need to write our theses, papers, talks, run analyses, or whatever. And it comes...

Personalities of the common conference

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Personalities of the common conference

August 2, 2018 by Vicky Hatch

We’ve already covered the personalities of the common lab. Now we take on the personalities of the common conference. One thing I have noticed when traveling from conference...

Setting up a new lab: vials and publications

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Setting up a new lab: vials and publications

July 26, 2018 by Vicky Hatch

Is there anything scarier than starting up a new lab from scratch? You go from the comfort of using your supervisors grant money to frantically applying for your...

Scientist for a day

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Scientist for a day

July 19, 2018 by Tom Roe

Being the black sheep of a family that’s tied to science by a variety of degrees, the idea of working in a lab has always seemed novel to...

3D printing is alive in the lab

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3D printing is alive in the lab

July 12, 2018 by Patrick White

As real-life becomes ever more Star Trek each day, it’s no surprise that labs are now harnessing 3D printing to save costs and create custom equipment. Like all...

Science shorts: research in about 200 words

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Science shorts: research in about 200 words

July 5, 2018 by Bill Hinchen

Dayuuuum we had a great response to our “Share your science stories” competition! You guys are awesome. We had so many scientists taking their research, which was obviously pretty...

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