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4 Tips for Better Scientific Image Processing in Photoshop

For scientists, Photoshop is a double-edged sword with a dagger nailed to the hilt. Its power in image processing is unrivalled; its ability to gut you with ethics violations is unmatched. An earlier article outlined how to keep your conscience clean when Photoshopping, here we offer four tips that will help walk with the Photoshop balancing […]

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Can You Describe Your Research in 30 Seconds? 60?

As scientists, we become engrossed in our own scientific world. We focus on graduating, publishing a paper, or writing that grant application. Our labs, quite literally, become our world. Which is why we all know the glazed looks in the eyes of non-scientific people who had the misfortune of asking us what we do. As […]

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Does Your h-index Measure Up?

How do you measure how good you are as a scientist? How would you compare the impact of two scientists on a field? What if you had to decide which one would get a grant? Measuring scientific performance is both more complicated and important than it might seem at first. Various methods for measurement and […]

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10 Tips on Writing a Research Poster

Poster presentations are a great way to show off your hard work, especially if you are just starting out in research. They are much less stressful than oral presentations, but still provide great networking opportunities and valuable practice at talking about your work. Tips for Scientific Poster Presentations Choose your content wisely. The information you […]

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