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  • February 25 2021

         As an Academic Career Coach, I often see researchers that tend to have a one-dimensional perspective on the concept of career. Career to them, as it might be for you, is something that happens after they finished their research. It’s a future thing, so postponing working on it doesn’t feel awkw...

  • February 2 2021

    Recent research gives insight into the coordinated microbial community flourishment and prevention of vital nutrients loss by barrier formation in plant cells.  By- Gargi Image credit: Jose Luis Unspalsh.com Plant-microbe interaction has been a widely explored area in the last few years. A new study...

  • October 18 2020

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    Focus on being productive instead of busy -  Tim Ferris Productivity is a measure of the efficiency of a productive process and is determined by the rate of output per unit input. Productivity is associated with yield, efficiency and prolificity. Ever heard the axiom, work smart not hard!, indeed, ...

  • September 26 2020

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    PhD students are often asked what they like to do after graduate school. Since the beginning, my answer has always been something in the realm of science communication. Sure, I have flip-flopped between being an MSL, a medical writer, and working in science policy — but I’ve always stayed steadfast ...

  • August 29 2020

      Reflect for a moment on a challenging time in your life. Out-of-state move, divorce, job loss, whatever it may be. What pulled you through this time?   Often you can rely on outside forces during hardships. Friends, family, and pets can provide some comfort. But it is not these external factors th...

  • May 10 2020

    Major damage caused by an earthquake. Credit: Sunyu Kim on Unsplash - unsplash.com/@mauveine   For major earthquakes, the satellite predictions work. They give us enough warning, for example, to be able to stop a surgery safely before the shaking starts. A few seconds are critical in some situation...