I realized it has been sometime since the last post (over a month in fact). Well during that time, I traveled over 50 000 kilometers.
The secret [to scientific success] is comprised in three words— Work, Finish, Publish. — Michael Faraday One of the thing I really like to do when
“The gift of doctoral study is that you get the time and space to obsess about something you’re (hopefully) interested in…” -Jeannie Holstein The above
An interesting reads at TechCrunch on new forms of dissemination and measurements of scientific impact: Reputation Metrics Startups Aim To Disrupt The Scientific Journal Industry. In
In an era when most research efforts are publicly funded through federal, provincial and other government programs, open-access journals seem a natural “public” return on
This post is slightly different than others on this blog in that it target professors, researchers, current graduate students and alumni who have graduated from
This topic probably happen between you (the thesis advisor) and the first author (your grad student) for almost every paper: what is the author list
For an undergrad student, applying and getting a summer job in a research group can be a life changing experience. This is when you will
As expected, December 21st 2012 has passed. Earth and humans are still there, no end of the world in sight, no apocalyptic scenario (though we
The start of the fall semester is very busy time for a university professor / researcher in Canada. First, classes start after the summer break.
Final result in…I got promoted to full professor, effective June 1st. At that date 21 years ago, I was just starting my grad studies 😉