Community spotlight: The Addictive Brain

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Community spotlight: The Addictive Brain

January 31, 2019 by Patrick White

The Addictive Brain is a project that focuses on science communication. Founded by Dr. Chinmaya Sadangi, a neuroscientist and a passionate science communicator, he aims to bridge the...

How to get a postdoc overseas

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How to get a postdoc overseas

January 24, 2019 by Rosanna Jackson

Being able to work overseas is one of the really cool parts of being a scientist. Combining the dream of living abroad for a couple of years with...

Cell image doppelgängers

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Cell image doppelgängers

January 17, 2019 by Patrick White

Yeah, that’s right: cell image doppelgängers! We’ve all seen the hidden pictures within our imaging results. Maybe it’s the long hours staring down the microscope, the “long lunches”, or...

Grad school, The Bachelor, and expectations for scientists

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Grad school, The Bachelor, and expectations for scientists

December 13, 2018 by Sarah Anderson

I love “The Bachelor.” Most of my Instagram feed is posts from “Bachelor” alums (and therefore ads for Sugar Bear hair vitamins) and I can rattle off my...

20 years of sciencing

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20 years of sciencing

December 6, 2018 by Bill Hinchen

In case you didn’t know, Abcam turned 20 this year. To celebrate, we went ahead and put together a list of some of the best discoveries and breakthroughs as...

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Scicomm: is it your duty to communicate your research?

November 9, 2018 by Patrick White

Last month we had the pleasure of hosting a panel discussion at the Crick in London with the wonderful Rob de Bruin, Anna Ploszajski and Kath Nightingale. Thanks to...

Tips to avoid the dreaded Burn Out

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Tips to avoid the dreaded Burn Out

October 25, 2018 by Erica Boehm

Being a graduate student is grueling, tiresome work. Most of us work ten to twelve-hour days during the week, and even throwing in some weekend hours. All done...

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