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Why I like the separation of academic departments and colleges
Posted on July 26, 2012 by Joan E. Strassmann
One of the best things for creative scholarship is to feel you are in the company of others also striving for understanding and clarity. That company is often best if it is quiet, even dead. This is because we need … Continue reading →
Organizing your research life
Posted on July 24, 2012 by Joan E. Strassmann
Melanie said she was always working, though she wasn’t always at the lab. How, if you are a scientist, can you just stop thinking about ideas? Of course you can’t. Some of the best ideas get written in those little … Continue reading →
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