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My Career in Science (and Elsewhere)

The following is a piece written by Jane Elith, the author highlighted in our first International Women’s Day article. Dr Elith also won the Recognition of Achievement for a Research Paper… 996 more words

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How to piss off a scientist!

From Science Careers, check out the humorous list:

  • Make sweeping generalizations about scientific concepts based on one data point. Start them with “my friend knew this guy …” or “once I heard someone say on the bus …”.
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My Informational Interview Tips

Before subscribing to Science Mentor’s blog I was not familiar with informational interviews. After having my share of informational interviews I have learned a few things along the way. 258 more words

Career Corner

Is change possible? (for me).

No.

I don’t know.

Maybe.

I want to believe.

Yes. And it has been happening.

But outwardly, it’s all still the same.

I don’t seem to know answers to basic questions. 35 more words

Depression

This looks awesome! I just backed "Jill Trent, Science Sleuth #1" by @superdames.

The above panels from “The Sinister Smokescreen,” script by Jacqueline Ching, art by Michael R. Hall, colors by Frank Barbara, letters by Declan Fitz.

And here is the comic: 9 more words

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The biggest thing that sucks about studying mosquitoes

I enjoy studying mosquitoes but there is one problem. They don’t take summer holidays and, unfortunately, neither do I.

I started studying mosquitoes in the summer of 1994-1995. 864 more words

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