years into my PhD, the most important thing to me was publishing in Nature.
As a PhD student in computational neuroscience at Carnegie Mellon, I was
building computer simulations to study how...
My open science story starts with many people's
biggest fear: rejection. More specifically, an article submission rejected by a
closed, medium-impact journal on the grounds that my Master's level r...
What Have I Done?!
There are many firm believers in the different kinds of openness: open access, open source, open data, open science, open you-name-it. And at least to me, some of the most inter...
It never really occurred to me not to be
open. From the moment I started my PhD, I made a promise to myself that
everything I did would be open and transparent. By this, I don’t just mean
It has been my honor for the last 4 years to facilitate
open reagent sharing with the team at Addgene. Addgene accelerates discovery by
facilitating collaboration and the open sharing of ready-to...
is a resilient mechanism, standing strong throughout historical events just as
it has in days that became history without mention. One might even say science
thrives in the toughest of t...
For a long time I let the things I am not - namely, a researcher and an expert - stop me from having an impact. I wasn't quite sure that my words carried any weight, especially as I struggled with ...