It is all too easy to fill our days with meetings and other small tasks that leave only small gaps for the serious work. It is important to create time and space for hard tasks.
‘Types of scientific papers’ delivered via comic relief.
What is imposter syndrome and how you can combat it?
This webinar provides an overview of tips for preparing a scientific presentation, that reduces the stress involved for the presenter while increasing engagement from those in the audience.
“Singing” ice, a seal that sounds like it is in space, and a seismic airgun thundering like a bomb are some of the noises released by two marine acoustic labs.
Take 18 mins out of your day to watch this engaging talk from Prof Hans Rosling about the value of data, and learning to be less ignorant.
The BBC has released over 16,000 sound effects for free download.
To validate science, it usually needs to be independently reproduced, and those replications published. Use these tips to improve the reproducibility of your science.
Watching paint dry is boring at a macroscopic level, but it’s actually really interesting at a microscopic level!
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