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The forgotten middle authors of science, how there is an I in team

Stimulated by a recent blog post 12 very wise guidelines for surviving science in which @ad_mico reflects on some of his career to date “The applicant has too many papers where he is neither first nor last” struck a chord … Continue reading

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Why basic curiosity driven research is just as important as translational investment

The government recently announced their funding plans for the future of science in the UK.  As in most sectors funding is not set to rise with the budget being frozen at £4.6Billion.  There is an increase on infrastructure and facilities … Continue reading

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Do it yourself self funded biology

This blog has been born, primarily out of frustration. Well, actually, it has been born out of ambition, with the associated frustration that accompanies it, in this case relating to the low number of funding opportunities open to non-tenured academics … Continue reading

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