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Open Access

Open Access is a hot topic in academia at the moment. On one hand, researchers are personally motivated to publish in journals with the highest impact factor possible, as those are more likely to generate citations and otherwise advance their … Continue reading

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GPDRR 2011: Wednesday

I once again spent most of the day loitering around the IGNITE stage, although I did duck over into the building next door for the roundtable on the relationship between science and practice. My highlights: FREEMAN System FREEMAN is the … Continue reading

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An Ode to Stupidity in Science

I’ve been trying to make a research-deadline this month, and keep coming up with new and innovative ways that the data collection itself is flawed. It’s frustrating, and time consuming, and sometimes I even feel stupid. But you know what? … Continue reading

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