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  • Around the Web, January 21, 2011

    I’ve got a rather conservative list of stuff for you this week: Those of you who blog, Tweet, participate in social networks, and so on may have seen buzz… Read More
  • Learning from Mistakes

    One of my favorite headlines on a Science Careers article is Disasters of the Famous, in which we asked some now-prominent scientists about their laboratory mis… Read More
  • Around the Web: January 14, 2011

    Wow, 2011. I’m still not used to typing that. I’ll stop marveling at the new year soon, I promise. Anyway, here’s a tour around the web this w… Read More
  • Around the Web: Back-to-Work Edition

    Congratulations on making it through the first work week of 2011! Did you start with a clean desk like I did? Is it already covered in papers, magazines, and to… Read More
  • Language barriers in science

    Today’s The Daily Scan uncovered a real gem: A YouTube animation of a hypothetical conversation between an investigator and a biostatistician. Judging by… Read More
  • Seeking the Alternative

    This week, GenomeWeb’s The Daily Scan featured two blog posts on alternative careers: Februa at Almost a PhD wrote about her discouragement at an incredib… Read More
  • Becoming a Science Writer

    This week, Ed Yong of Not Exactly Rocket Science started what has turned out to be a really popular meme directed at science writers. If you have ever wondered… Read More
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