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Problem with your advisor, lab mate, or any other aspect of science life? We have lined up a panel of great mentors to help with these issues. Come ask your question (or answer someone else's)!
We are launching a “Career Advice” forum on PubChase. There is an interface to anonymously submit questions and we assembled a panel of good mentors so that a single question can have 2-3 experts replying to it. This is not a Q&A forum for research questions. Rather, it is a space to get ...
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Our publication widget is live (top-right dropdown on pubchase.com).  Make your list in 30 seconds, customize as needed, then grab an paste the code on your site. It stays up-to-date as you publish new papers.
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When we started the essay series, the idea from the start was to build an article-level blogging platform for scientists. Our authoring tool is now live. Come tell the story about your work!
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International travel, huge media frenzies, and mind-control parasites. When I left the University of Arizona, diploma proudly in hand, I had no idea that a mere 5 years later these things would be my reality. I am currently in the 5th year of my PhD graduate program in Molecular and Cell Biology ...
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It has been known for many decades that budding yeast cells can spontaneously synchronize their metabolism and cell division when grown in continuous cultures. This synchrony is most commonly and conveniently observed as oscillations in the oxygen consumption of the culture that can last over ...
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Find the Nobel Prize winner in our demo video and get a PubChase t-shirt! www.pubchase.com  (e-mail his name to pubchase@zappylab.com; ends Sept. 30, U.S. only.)
PubChase is life science and medical literature recommendations engine. Search smarter, organize, and discover the articles most important to you.
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Why scientists are resistant to blog and tweet about their research, and why they should.
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Is 798 an even number?  Is an isosceles triangle really a triangle?
Every age has its metaphors. The brain has been compared to pneumatic machines and vacuum tubes and switchboards, and so it wasn't surprising that with the birth of digital computing in the mid-20th century, the dominant metaphor of the brain has been the computer.
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"Part of growing up as a scientist is realizing that in reality, you are the only real expert on your work."
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Todd Vision on his work with Heather Piwowar which showed that sharing publication data leads to a significant boon in corresponding article citations.
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No one reads the journals caught in the Science sting.
Yesterday, Science published a story by John Bohannon about acceptance of a fake and deeply-flawed paper at open access journals, despite peer review. Disturbingly, 157 journals accepted the bogus article and only 98 rejected it. Scientists and some journalists swiftly pointed out the grave ...
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Ericca Stamper on the DSB-1 discovery in C. elegans.
My work on dsb-1 started way back when I was a rotation student in the Dernburg lab. I was given a mutant, we11, to characterize. My graduate student mentor, Stacia Rodenbusch, had done some initial experiments that showed that we11 was probably defective in meiotic double-strand break formation ...
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