We’re going to be away for the next couple of weeks, so here’s a few page-turners to recommend whether you’re by the beach, in the glades, or on the waves.
Scientists are taught how to to plan their experiments, but not their reading. And if you don’t read the literature, how can you ask the right questions or do the proper experiments in your chosen field?
Here’s some tips for getting started. Continue reading
Might waiving anonymity actually improve the fairness of peer review? Continue reading
The end of a semester is a cause for pride and rejoicing. Continue reading
Why has note-taking at seminars become so rare? Continue reading
As scientists, the most important thing we can give our children is our time. Continue reading
The scientific community needs moral standards if it is to continue its growth. Continue reading