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Now that the Internet exists, why do we still go to meetings? Is a more general conference better or worse than a specific one? by Kerstin Nordstrom About two … Continue reading
Rectangles and rainbows may not be the best way to visualize scientific data. Scientists and communicators are changing their thinking about the most appropriate way to represent data without bias. … Continue reading
ScienceOnline Together got started today. If you’re not there, you virtually can be. Learn more here about what SciO really is and why you might consider attending next year. by … Continue reading
Press embargoes, what are they good for? And can you really place an embargo on publicly posted research papers?