Monthly Archives: June 2012

The oversupply fallacy

For the love of all that is good and reasonable, please, everyone, stop using the percentage of scientists becoming research faculty as a measure of PhD oversupply. If there are too many PhDs, then there will be more scientists than … Continue reading

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Guest post on science & communication

I’m back at the Scientopia Guest Blog with a post about putting KISS to work with scientists and communication.

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Communities are the places we live, work, and move, both online and off. We all have a part in some communities. In others we simply exist. And still others we simply observe from the outside.

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