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    September 12, 2003

    Academic Scientists at Work: I Can't Believe They Didn't Like It!

    "The key now is to know how to move forward, to understand the appropriate roles of the reviewer and the reviewed, and to determine how to respond to critiques so that you get that grant funded, eventually, or that paper accepted."

    December 12, 2003

    Academic Scientists at Work: I Can't Believe They Didn't Like It!: Part II--Grant Proposals

    "The key is to read your critique thoroughly and dispassionately, and respond sensibly to the queries and concerns of the reviewers."

    October 08, 2004

    Academic Scientists at Work: The Red Herring

    "Good scientific practice with clear hypotheses--including experimental designs with solid positive and negative controls--should eliminate most errors that might send your research group down a wrong path."

    December 10, 2004

    Academic Scientists at Work: The Job Talk

    You need to tell an intriguing story about your research. Everyone in the audience has to understand it, each at a level appropriate to them.

    April 08, 2005

    Academic Scientists at Work: To Accept or Reject?

    The manuscript review process is the cornerstone to scientific inquiry and results reporting. As a citizen of the scientific community, it is important that you participate in this process and that you take your responsibility seriously.

    May 13, 2005

    Academic Scientists at Work: To Fund or Not to Fund

    Careful planning is crucial if you're going to complete your reviews and still have time to get your own work done.