Today in lab I received 3 polypterus and 5 lungfish. The lungfish are for a project I’ve been slowly starting up looking at notochord and backbone biomechanics. With the polypterus, […]
The NSF GRFP awards were sent out last Friday, and I did not receive it. But my reviews are interesting, so join me as I dissect and address their comments and critiques.
As I’ve been reading papers, one of the things I’ve thought about is the different types of papers or articles a graduate student might be interested in writing and publishing. I decided to craft a “beginner’s guide,” if you will to the world of scientific publications : written by a beginner, for beginners, and edited by the experienced.
This short blog is inspired by Mark Denny’s recent publication, “The fallacy of the average: on the ubiquity, utility and continuing novelty of Jensen’s inequality” in JEB. It was something […]
Hi friends, In Part 1, I discussed why the renting market is so horrendous, especially if you’re moving into the city from a more relaxed market. I highly recommend reading […]
Hey guys, I’ve been wanting to write this blog literally since I moved to the city, before I even had a website to which to post it. Boston’s housing market […]
I’m very excited. George and I just dunked the quad pneufish into the tank for the first time. I was a little worried because when this thing is flopping on […]
Hey guys, I went through last night and added some background information and experimental info. I’m not quite sure what the protocol is for listing specific projects and results before […]
FEBRUARY 12, 2017 EDIT: I’ve said it before and I’m sure I’ll say it again. I’m new to blogging. I don’t know all the rules yet. I’m finding them out […]
Parts 1, 2, and 2.5 were focused mostly on preparing for my talk and analyzing all my mistakes. Now it’s time to shift the focus from my chaotic life to […]