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Claire Hoffmann Aug 20
Reviewers: “we don’t like how you collected your data, analyzed your data, or the conclusions you drew from it” My advisor: “nothing critical here” Can’t wait until I’ve developed that level of confidence 🙈
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Elisa Trucco 8h
and promotion paperwork successfully submitted. Now the grueling year-long wait. Gotta love .
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Jonathan Hsy Aug 16
Replying to @JonathanHsy
Another thought: instead of “who are your academic grandparents” let’s ask: who are the orphans in your academic family? Why were they orphaned and do they have a support network now? If not, why?
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HRC SECRETARIAT Aug 19
Call for contributions! is preparing a report on new and emerging and . Inputs from , , , , technical community and are welcome. More info here:
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Kay Wells Aug 22
Thread on the devaluation of in . It is honestly news to me (and hysterical) that grad students in other disciplines think of art gallery/museum work as viable alt-ac when even art history grads specializing in museum studies have trouble getting jobs.
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Jack Freeland 13h
Simplified Molecular-Input Line-Entry System (SMILES).... the only smiles you will ever find from an organic chemist
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David Pagliaccio Aug 20
Finally some good news today!
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Digital Health 2.0 9h
If your area of research is social science, health, public health, mental health, child health, community health, new media please tag us and we would love to retweet and like it. Follow us and we will follow you back.
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William S. Cossen Aug 22
I found a typo on page 1 of my dissertation right after I submitted the final copy.
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Rebecca Taormina Aug 22
I've decided that I need to start dressing for the job I want rather than the one I have. Starting Monday, I'll be changing from hobo chic to early-career scientist (think Mr. Rogers).
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Dr Tia Cummins Aug 22
Scientists, process sucks. You know what doesn’t suck ? Some non-academic roles (but some do). You have transferable skills, don’t feel trapped & helpless if you feel like branching out & exploring what’s outside of the lab.
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European Sci Journal Aug 18
Do you have less < 1.000 followers (roughly)? Reply to this tweet introducing yourselves and we will RT. Let's boost those who may want to increase their research network and connect further. We look forward to e-meeting you!
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Matthew Hirschey Aug 22
Not a lot of wins in , so need to celebrate each one, I tell my lab. Today, I take my own medicine. Received the notice of award (NOA) for the lab's R01 from today.
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💛🖤gringacongatos #SavedTheCrew Aug 21
Uhhhhhh so I emailed a simple question to my professor & she writes back her answer IN ALL CAPS & tells me I am not in charge, she is & she will tell me how my program will work. Um, Ok. 🤷‍♀️ I don’t even know how to respond so I’ll just write back ‘ok I understand?’
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Erik Lovell Aug 22
Yuck. My cohort mates have become very close friends and I probably would’ve quit without them. Also science should be collaborative, not adversarial.
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Based Bitch Aug 22
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Katherine Polain Aug 20
I've been having a pretty rough time lately, but this morning I received an email from a journal accepting my peer reviewed manuscript, no changes required. Was nice to have the weight off my shoulders for a little while
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Mitchell Kay Aug 19
The Hall/Wolfe lab have the best tradition ever. When we publish papers, we put the author list and main figures on a cake!! Talk about incentive!
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Institute of Bioinformatics & Applied Biotech 16h
Msc09 students enjoyed an outdoor learning session with faculty member, Dr. Kshitish Acharya, where they learnt about replication and transcription of DNA in an innovative and exciting manner !
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Tamara FranzOdendaal 🇨🇦🇿🇦 19h
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