Also this week: niche poetry, scientist confessions, new NSF grad student supplemental funding, and more.
Also this week: RIP keeping up with the literature, many analysts vs. one dataset, going to grad school as a veteran, priming studies continue to not replicate, field guide to social scientists, and more.
Also this week: pulling back the curtain on rejection without review, tenure for non-academics, running for Congress as a scientist, zombie ideas in psychology, PI liability for scientific misconduct by their lab members, scientist dad jokes, and more.
Also this week: is Gödel, Escher, Bach overrated, nonlinear dynamics of love, and more.
All this week’s links are related to #LGBTSTEMDay (including links explaining why such a day is needed):
Also this week: [color of your study species] is the new black, zombie idea about plant dispersal, code sharing vs. #?!*$%, LeBron James vs. reviewer three, preprint servers are not a democracy, and more
Also this week: even simulated evolution is cleverer than you are, what kids today think scientists look like, myths of academic time management, and more.
Also this week: Rapid Ecology’s latest experiment, new ESA Fellows, and more.
Also this week: 50 shades of
grey green, the best (?) pedagogical technique you’ve never heard of (?), and more.