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"Start to negotiate with your boss about your project aims, your workload, anything."
"You may end up in a place that you can't, or won't let yourself, escape from ... 'the laboratory of never-ending 'last' experiments.' "
"I've decided to break all the rules. I'm tackling the whole thing in one go."
Part of becoming a successful scientist is building up your own portfolio of ideas: experiments you'd love to do if you ever get the time (and money).
Most other scientists will be far more interested in whatthey think your results mean than in what you think they mean.
We'd only been given a few weeks to respond with our amended ms. If we missed the window, we'd have to start the submission process all over again.
"You want your student to be able to turn the handle and watch at least some decent results slowly emerge."
"Stress the need for accurate recording of the outcomes, as well as the importance of labelling which sample is which."
So I asked myself, "What is an undergraduate practical meant to achieve, and how do you prepare a successful one?"
You want things to run smoothly and students to get the message, not to stick to your schedule at all costs.
A third dimension, that's what I need. I must sculpt. I am thinking plastic centrifuge tubes. I am thinking gold spray paint.
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