Monthly Archives: March 2015

When a Successful Grant Proposal Leads to Survivor’s Guilt

Getting a big NSF grant is what many of us dream of. But the abysmal funding rates can lead to survivor’s guilt. An anonymous blog post this week, from one of the “survivors”.

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De Materia Medica: Art and Natural History

The first natural historians were artists, so through the next few of my posts I’m going to acknowledge some influential pieces of incredible art and natural history.

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How do you tell your story?

Marine ecologists tell their story in a different way than other ecologists

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