What have you discovered?

In the last two weeks I have nominated more than a dozen of you for a very nice honor. I had to go to your papers, to your web pages and CVs to do this. And I found how productive you all have been. But what I did not find was any results. I don’t just want to know what you have worked on. I want to know what you have discovered. This should be on your web page. It should be in a section at the top of your CV. Tell me what you have discovered! Why is this so hard? Please help us who want to help you!

Dave Queller already has the honor I’m nominating for

About Joan E. Strassmann

Evolutionary biologist, studies social behavior in insects & microbes, interested in education, travel, birds, tropics, nature, food; biology professor at Washington University in St. Louis
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2 Responses to What have you discovered?

    • Yes, it is a perennial problem. Could not find that earlier post at first, but WordPress found it. Why is this so hard? You did the research. What did it tell us. Not everyone is an expert in your subfield, so interpret your papers for us in a few sentences.

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