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期刊如何處理發表的論文是由另一位作者出版的另一篇論文的完整副本? (PART B)(研究出版倫理)研究生英文編修出版投稿日報 4/1/2015

* 期刊如何處理發表的論文是由另一位作者出版的另一篇論文的完整副本? (PART B)(研究出版倫理)
* 學術英文投稿教學影片 (437) Literature review before and after a project 394 more words

Adapting the experimental paradigm for my next study

Dear Diary,

today and yesterday, I spend a little more time adjusting my experimental paradigm. I now know what I will do exactly and how long it will take. 524 more words


Fine-tuning my presentation

Dear Diary,

today and yesterday, I worked on making an outline for my presentation at the symposium next week. It’s going to be a relatively big deal for me. 379 more words


Handling Uncertainty

One of the greatest things a university can provide for any PhD student especially one returning to the academic world after several years away is support. 743 more words


PhD position in periodic polymer networks for optomechanical sensing

We are seeking for a PhD student for a research program centered on using chemical and chemical engineering approaches towards the formation of functional nano- and microstructures with novel mechanical and photonic properties. 155 more words

University of Oklahoma in Norman is seeking a recent Ph.D. graduate interested in applying data assimilation techniques to improve global ecosystem models

The University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma, is seeking a recent Ph.D. graduate interested in applying data assimilation techniques to improve global ecosystem models. This post-doctoral associate will apply Markov Chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) techniques to optimize model parameters in the Community Land Model (CLM) so that the resulting model output more closely agrees with observational data, including ecological observations, eddy covariance data and data from greenhouse gas observing satellites—particularly total column carbon dioxide. 198 more words

How to contact a potential PhD supervisor

It’s probably fair to say that most university-based academics regularly receive requests from people around the world wishing to be considered as prospective postgraduate students (mostly PhD). 1,205 more words