The scientific community needs moral standards if it is to continue its growth. Continue reading
Our latest EMBOlism is now available at the online-early section of EMBO Reports! Read how labmates are friends, colleagues, comforters…and competitors.
The article can be found HERE.
Time for another lighthearted posting! TIR profiles some of the main types of peer reviewer out there… Continue reading
Judging how much control to exert over a research project is one of mentoring’s trickiest balancing acts. Continue reading
What do Oscars ceremonies and scientific presentations have in common? Continue reading
It’s here at last: hard evidence that small research groups do more original work. Continue reading
We’re paying homage this week to a literary classic from JBS Haldane, who probably embodied the spirit of playful irreverence better than any scientist before or since. This was his response to the cancer diagnosis that ultimately claimed his life. Continue reading