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Ames Oct 21
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OpenAcademics Oct 26
When you have to manually pre-process the dataπŸ€¦β€β™€οΈπŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ
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Silvia Oct 24
Any advice for not feeling anxious/guilty about not doing your best every day? πŸ™ƒ I keep feeling that I'm not being productive enough and honestly, it's really frustrating
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Science Underdog Oct 20
Is grad school supposed to age you like 5x faster than normal? Asking for a friend in grad school.
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SciComm Sophie (she/her) πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ Oct 21
It's taken 1 global pandemic, 1 life-changing diagnosis, numerous health scares, 5 long years + a lot of support from those who love me, but finally it's done; I didnt think we'd make it! Today I submitted my PhD. I am beating my illness & becoming a Dr (soon)
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Homo Academicus Oct 26
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Jaz Millar 3m
The memes are particularly worryingly specific today...
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Rabia Oct 21
My has been confirmed for next month, would really appreciate any tips people have for preparing for it and tips for on the day. Β  I know it's a nerve-wracking time for everyone who has to do it, but 1/2
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Raluca M.S. πŸ‘©β€πŸ’»πŸ„β€β™€οΈβ›·οΈπŸ§™β€β™€οΈ Oct 20
Extremely demotivated. Exhausted. The pandemic, the isolation, the break-up, being away from my family...and now I have been unjustly and inexplicably removed by my PI from my own first author publication. Where do I find the motivation to go on?
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Kayden Stockwell Oct 22
Manuscript from my undergrad honors thesis accepted for publication! Took 3 journals and it’s now 3 years after data collection; I’m super happy to be never have to edit it again πŸ˜… Coming soon(?) as a Brief Report to JADD near you!
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Pradeep Reddy 18m
lol, had to specifically mention one can't pay their debt off with the grant money! πŸ˜‚
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Hannah Welshman Oct 26
*avoid cryin doing their PhD during a pandemic
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Brenna Bernardino Oct 27
HOW in the world do you choose your PhD topic?
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Evrim Viyan Oct 26
When I tried to explain the PhD process to my mom, I said "mom, imagine that you have three mothers in law who are perfectionist and you need to make each of them happy at the same time". My mom stop asking me when I will finish my PhD
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Dr Sonia Wolf Oct 25
Sunday night procrastinating: does spending time in research make you a better doctor? It definitely has improved my understanding of the scientific process, but a better Dr? Genuinely not sure.
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Asad Hanif Oct 26
Some tips for the authors. Do consider these while preparing your manuscript. You're welcome 😊
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Amit Kumar Oct 27
Happiness is, getting a brand new set of pipettes along with other stuff upon starting as a new PhD. What does/did you welcome gift include?😜 Having my own personal pipettes set for the first time makes me feel like a proper scientistπŸ‘¨β€πŸ”¬
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OpenAcademics Oct 20
"Open access" is not enough, here's why. Please shareπŸ™Œ
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Deborah Dainese 8m
How researching during the pandemic looks like: empty (and cold) libraries. Actually I am glad that the monks allowed me in, the whole situation is a bit complex.. Such a good year to start a Phd!
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Bryony Randall Oct 26
If you’re thinking about a at , we’re offering scholarships (including fees and annual stipend) for great candidates in Arts & Humanities. Deadline 7 Dec 2020, 12pm. More information:
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