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...
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...
Open has defined my professional career in every way imaginable: for
almost ten years now it has been the motivating force in my career, the mode in
which I work, and the subject that I research. A...
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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...
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