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On this International Day of Women and Girls in Science, let us celebrate the remarkable journeys of female researchers who have defied stereotypes, shattered barriers, and pursued their passion for…
Peer review can be a long-drawn process that involves long waiting periods, understanding the various stages of the review process, dealing with reviewer comments, responding to those comments, and…
This infographic will equip you with essential tips for maintaining your lab notebook effectively.
While there could be a host of symptoms indicating academic burnout, this infographic discusses some common ones that researchers or academics often experience.  
Meet Sudeshna Dasgupta, a PhD in experimental high-energy physics, who started working as a postdoctoral researcher for an experiment at the Large Hadron Collider in CERN, Geneva, and now plays the…
Meet Shivnetra Saha, a PhD in Chemistry from Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, who went on to become a scientific editor after being a full-time researcher for a decade!
Have you wondered what could be awaiting you outside of an academic career? Meet Kaivalya Mudholkar, who has a PhD in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry from Freiburg University in Germany. Find out…
In this short video, Dr Jacob Wickham explains the PICOT (or PECOT) format for research questions. He breaks down the components and explains the significance of Population, Intervention, Comparison…
In this video, Dr Jacob Wickham highlights the problem of overemphasizing p-values in statistical analysis. He presents the findings of a study that analyzed 800 articles across five journals,…
In this video, Dr Jacob Wickham outlines the steps for performing statistical procedures, starting with exploring the data through frequency distribution and histograms. He emphasizes the importance…