Twitter for Scientists

Aimee Edgeworth

Tweet your research and network with other scientists.

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Like It or Not, You're a Negotiator: Getting to Yes

The Edge for Scholars

“Like it or not, you are a negotiator,” state Harvard Negotiation Project faculty Roger Fisher, William Ury, and Bruce Patton in the introduction to this clear and concise guide to …

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How Journals Can Increase Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in Science

eLife Early-Career Advisory Group

Radical changes that journals can adopt to address racism in the scientific community and to make science more diverse and inclusive.

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BioRender: The Best Thing that Ever Happened to Science Figures

PhD Diaries

BioRender is where scientists bring their findings to life – visually. It's time to leave Illustrator and PowerPoint behind.

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Why I Wrote "The Power of Saying No"

Antentor Hinton, PhD

Saying no is a healthy practice that can save you from stress, burnout, awfulizing, and ultimately failing to advance your career.

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A Smorgasbord of Writing Pointers with a Side of Wit

Ashley Hood, PhD

Excellent food for thought and a generous portion of style pointers and common mistakes.

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Finding Community on Twitter: Why I Plugged In

Rachel Bonami, PhD

Missing those impromptu hallway chats of ye olde February 2020? Consider turning to Twitter .

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Conversion of a Social Media Skeptic

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

Information is being propagated in important ways in online forums and social media. Sharing experiences and advice can enrich us all.

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Be Proud of Your Accent! Give Confident Conference Presentations

Judith Ford, PhD

Speak proudly and confidently - How to give a great conference presentation regardless of your language background.

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