There is Nothing so Unequal as the Equal Treatment of Unequals – Leadership and the One Minute Manager If someone would have told me 15 years
My very first manuscript published in Physical Review Letters (major physics journal!) came about by drawing figures on piece of papers (basically mocked-up figures) with
Goals are dreams with deadlines. – Diana Scharf Hunt The last few days our research group has been literally perturbed by a deadline for abstract submission
Just completed the reading of the book the Art of Explanation by Lee Lefever. I must admit that although I really like Nancy Duarte’s duo Slide:ology
I have previously described some inherent conditions related to PhD studies. It turns out that there is much to be said about undergraduate studies also.
Over the last few years, I notice (though it might be anecdotal since I haven’t done a thorough review) that the less original content is
We have all heard of the 30 seconds elevator pitch. In fact, if you search for those terms in Google, you will get over a
Traveling with colleagues and students to one of the major scientific meeting in our field. Year after year, one word come to mind: exciting!
Recently saw a comment by a student about not being advised before hand that doing a PhD had many difficulties and challenges. However, my first
An expert is a man who has made all the mistakes which can be made, in a narrow field. – Niels Bohr Quite interestingly graduate studies
It is this time of the year when, as a student, you get into two contradicting phases: party and exam. Since you have a tendency
If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called research, would it? – Albert Einstein How do you know for
“Practice is the best of all instructors” Publilius Syrus (Roman author, 1st century B.C.) Back from the AAPM scientific meeting, and kudos’ to the organizers
You’ve been working hard, around the clock to get all the data out. You might even have submitted an abstract about your current to the
I have been publishing scientific manuscripts for the past 22 years. My educated comments with regard to journal impact factor has always been the same