Short, engaging description of what researchers need to know about predatory journals (and how to avoid them).
Great discoveries and new inventions can arise by accident.
Have you ever wondered how big a bacteria can get before it’s no longer feasible to be a bacteria? Take 11 minutes to learn the answer.
Explaining the complexity of time, past, present and future, using a short, engaging animation.
Another dimension of human intelligence, known as the emotional intelligence quotient, or EQ, has been linked to success. Emotional intelligence is a crucial component of successful professional relationships in science
How to handle rejection in your professional life.
Astronomical phenomena can have some funny names, like the star named ‘Sualocin’ (‘Nicolaus’ spelt backwards), or the nebula called ‘Dark Doodad’.
The World’s Smallest Stop-Motion Film. IBM researchers used a scanning tunnelling microscope to move thousands of carbon monoxide molecules.
Humans will use what you give them the way they want to use it, even if that’s not how you intended. This interesting short talk has lessons for scientists…
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