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Society clearly benefits from innovation and creativity, and therefore has a vested interest in ensuring that such behaviors are rewarded while not stifling future innovation.
NSF’s Directorate of Biological Sciences just announced that they are getting rid of the Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant (DDIG) program.
A few months ago, Stephen Heard wrote a blog post that prompted us to have a brief twitter discussion on whether we sign our reviews.
In talking with some folks about mental health issues in academia, one thing that comes up is the idea that maybe people are better scientists because of those issues.
On the importance of being able to establish and maintain successful collaborations.