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An honest evaluation will help you identify the work patterns and obstacles that are slowing you down.
Whatever your working style, planning and time management have a definite place in your daily life in the lab.
A little competitiveness can be an excellent thing, but too much can produce an environment that's unhealthy for science--and scientists.
Your best weapon is focused, methodical, patient effort.
Your writing should reflect the same clarity and concision as your research.
It's worthwhile to throw a party every now and then. Apart from the fun involved, it is a great way to celebrate your success and acknowledge your co-workers.
“Used properly, this tool will encourage you, and your lab mates, to operate outside your normal mode of thinking.”
Value these moments of interaction with your supervisor. … If you are well-prepared, progress-review meetings will make a magnificent contribution to achieving your main goal, the completion of your research projects.
The last year of your Ph.D. is distinctly different from the ones that have come before it, because you'll focus primarily on transforming your hard work into thesis chapters.
Like any big undertaking, writing a thesis is easier if you break it down into smaller steps.
Evaluating all the options is a lot of work, so allow time to do it properly and start well in advance.
Is poor communication with your supervisor getting in the way of your progress in the lab?
A thesis defense is a cross between an exam and a ceremony.
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