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Happy (belated) Open Access Week!

Happy (belated) Open Access Week!

Last week was OPEN ACCESS WEEK. I will spare you my own description of what open access is, since a […]

The sameness of cities

The sameness of cities

Every city has a vibe that makes it unique in the world. Vibrant New Orleans, at the mouth of the […]

On what makes a good paper title: Signaling content and format up front

Every month, I get several “Table of Contents” emails in my inbox listing the titles of new articles in academic […]

What’s that manuscript about, anyway?

What’s that manuscript about, anyway?

I’ve written a lot about all the steps and hurdles I’ve gone through to get this paper published, but not […]

Giving thanks in Durham, NC

I’m taking a departure from talking about science to post about one of my other passions: food. One of the […]

The government shutdown and graduate students

You’ve probably already seen lots of sad stories about how the government shutdown is affecting people around the country. This […]

How a Master’s Thesis Becomes a Peer-reviewed Article: Episode 5 – Available online!

A few weeks ago, I received the type-set proofs of my paper from the editorial staff at Ecosystems. It was […]

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