This is a rather skimpy list because I forgot to write a lot of stuff down I wanted to include, and I started it halfway
What do research and trees have in common?
In Anatomy and Physiology (LS2 for people familiar with Harvard curricula), one of the first lectures was about scaling and body size. It basically boils
Research Advisors vs Bosses
This Wednesday in OEB 399 (that class where the G1 cohort gets together to eat, drink, and talk every week), we discussed the differences between
The hidden side of museums
Museums have been used by scientists to preserve and showcase everything from Apollo missile capsules to Pre-cambrian fossils. In modern times, museums serve as excellent
Post GRFP Thoughts
Holas, I’m writing this post mostly to help myself decompress. The last few days and especially this morning have been incredibly stressful.
So…you want to write a GRFP? Part II.
Last time I quickly went into what you actually need to write the GRFP but now you’ll get details. Strap in, because this blog is going