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In a recent post by Science, graduate students were asked about their experiences writing their thesis. Their post provides useful information for anyone taking on this task. How to write your Ph.D. thesis
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Are you giving an oral presentation at Experimental Biology or elsewhere? Check out this comprehensive list of tips to make your best presentation yet! By Susanne Ulm http://www.nextscientist.com/improve-presentation-skills-of-phd-students/ Hey PhD…
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Do you have a poster presentation at the upcoming Experimental Biology meeting? Check this blog out to see why poster presentations are great for trainees!   By John Finn http://phdskills.blogspot.com/2013/05/six-reasons-why-phd-students-should.html Six…
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“Manuscripts may have a rigidly defined structure, but there’s still room to tell a compelling story — one that clearly communicates the science and is a pleasure to read.” A recent post by Nature offers advice from six experts on publishing a first-class…
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A Twitter argument about how many hours academics should work prompted Lucy Foulkes to seek out advice for early career researchers   Taken…
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The “Discussion” section of a manuscript is often seen as the most important, which can make it extremely stressful to write. The attached article provides some strategies for making the “Discussion” an easier section to approach. How to write a…
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