Recess By Sativus – 014

Time for RECESS!

‘Aha’! moments (also called ‘insight’) happen when your brain isn’t focusing on the problem you’re trying to solve. Scientific ‘aha’ moments lead to scientific breakthroughs. So for the sake of scientific advancement, take your lunch break!

Read about bias in statistics

Do you perform statistical analyses? Think you’re pretty good at it? Maybe have a read of this before you judge your statistical prowess. Click here

Watch how humans solve problems

Humans are on an eternal quest to solve problems, whether you realise it or not (but as a scientist, you probably do!). Click here

Learn about dealing with rejection

Rejection is a part of life, especially for scientists, so you need to learn how to deal with it! Click here

Fun with sea slugs

Added to the ‘I didn’t think animals could get weirder’ list – meet the Hooded Nudibranch. Click Here

FREE monthly Webinar

Being a scientist is one of the most rewarding careers. You will work on solutions to problems with real world application and impact. Unfortunately, being a scientist comes with more rejection than most other professions. You will experience rejection of your ideas, your proposals or tenders, your journal articles and conference papers and job applications…just to name a few. Rejection is common, you are not alone and it’s just a reality of being a scientist. But you do have the ability to learn from rejection, because that is what scientist do – learn from mistakes and failures to do better science! Register here

In case you missed it

You will have a lot of ‘good’ ideas throughout your scientific career, but unfortunately, not all of them will be well received by others. This webinar will give you tips on how to refine your scienctific ideas to increase engagement and collaboration with others. To watch the recording, Click here

*All information including events and links are correct at time of publishing.


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