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Alphabet Soup: Abbreviations and acronyms in scientific communication

Acronyms and abbreviations abound in scientific communications. With the lengthy and at times complicated names scientists give to molecules and methods, it is no surprise that we need to shorten these into something that doesn’t take up half a line … Continue reading

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Of public transit and science communication

I haven’t owned a car for almost 6 months, so I’m now completely dependent on public transportation. It’s a weird thing, coming from a place where most areas are so spread out and public transportation so barebones that it’s nigh … Continue reading

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Reining in the defensive line

You do great work. You have beautiful slides. You’re giving a brilliant, clear description. You exude confidence. And then someone asks you a question. How you respond has a profound impact on how your audience will view you and your … Continue reading

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