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Why Don't We Share Data?

By | April 1, 2009

There are so, so many reasons—and they make a lot of sense.

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The Problem of Perception

By | March 1, 2009

Your interpretation of results depends on more than just the results.

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Facts First

By | February 1, 2009

In my youth, I designed a cell biology course I thought grad students would love. They hated it.

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Don't Fight to be Cited

By | January 1, 2009

Forget and - submit your papers to the journals read by your grant reviewers.

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Here's To Intelligent Innovating

By | December 1, 2008

If you build a hammer, make sure you have something to nail.

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Peer Review Isn't Perfect...

By | November 1, 2008

...But it's not a conspiracy designed to maintain the status quo.

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Waiting for Einstein

By | October 1, 2008

The dawn of a unified theory of biology may finally be upon us.

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My Favorite Fraud

By | September 1, 2008

A paper I read more than 25 years ago taught me a lesson I'll never forget.

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Big Biology is Here to Stay

By | August 1, 2008

Why R01-funded biologists should throw their support behind large-scale research projects.

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Research Locally, Think Globally

By | July 1, 2008

Focusing on details may get you published, but what do we lose in the process?

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