Monthly Archives: October 2010

Yay, science!

That pretty much sums up how I feel after the first week in my new postdoc lab. Despite spending the week in orientations, doing online training, and reading papers for my new project, I’m pumped up about science again. It … Continue reading

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Repost: What’s in a name?

For the October Scientiae Carnival, podblack asked bloggers to think about how things have changed or stayed the same in STEM since we started out and what we see for the future. I started out less than 10 years ago. … Continue reading

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Method Madness

I know. Things have been a bit quiet over here. But that’s to be expected during transitionary phases.That’s right. I finally wrapped things up at the old, unhappy postdoc place and have started the new, shiny postdoc. I will have more … Continue reading

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