Monthly Archives: March 2012

Science isn’t for the Faint of Heart

After a whirlwind week with meetings in California, there has been some really interesting bits and pieces which I wanted to capture: 1. With the upcoming retirement of a key nutrition contributor within DSM, we are looking to hire a … Continue reading

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The Era of Post-Publication Peer Review

Two of my most favorite writers include Thomas Friedman and Ivan Oransky (@ivanoransky). I remember reading The Lexus and the Olive Tree by Thomas Friedman. It was eye opening. Years later, I met Ivan Oransky at a media communications meeting … Continue reading

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Twitter is Officially Part of Science Communications

Thanks to the watchful eyes of Ed Yong (@edyong209), Alexis Madrigal (@alexismadrigal) and Ivan Oransky (@ivanoransky), I am pleased to share that a standard exists to cite tweets in academic papers: http://t.co/wxSt5CVO. Apparently, the Modern Language Association has established a … Continue reading

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