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10  – Find a job 16 times faster thanks to informational interviews

10 – Find a job 16 times faster thanks to info...

Did you know that if you only reply to job ads, you'll only have access to 10% of jobs?  Fortunately, there's a great way to access the remaining 90%: informational...

10 – Find a job 16 times faster thanks to informational interviews

Did you know that if you only reply to job ads, you'll only have access to 10% of jobs?  Fortunately, there's a great way to access the remaining 90%: informational...

9 – Follow the 3 ‘Ds’ for crystal-clear research objectives

9 – Follow the 3 ‘Ds’ for crystal-clear researc...

Grant applications often get rejected because their research objectives don't follow the logical progression that funding panels and reviewers unconsciously expect: Objectives 1, 2, 3 should be ‘Done’, ‘Doable’, ‘Dreamable’.

9 – Follow the 3 ‘Ds’ for crystal-clear research objectives

Grant applications often get rejected because their research objectives don't follow the logical progression that funding panels and reviewers unconsciously expect: Objectives 1, 2, 3 should be ‘Done’, ‘Doable’, ‘Dreamable’.

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8 – Boost the impact of your papers with these ...

Today we’ll look at some outside-the-box advice to expand the dissemination of your papers but also boost your network, your collaboration opportunities, and your CV. All in one go!

8 – Boost the impact of your papers with these three cheeky tips

Today we’ll look at some outside-the-box advice to expand the dissemination of your papers but also boost your network, your collaboration opportunities, and your CV. All in one go!

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7 – In grant applications, state your hypothesi...

Most researchers state a scientific aim that's too generic. Your aim should include your hypothesis, your readouts and your a priori, i.e. which direction you think the effect you study will...

7 – In grant applications, state your hypothesis and your a priori

Most researchers state a scientific aim that's too generic. Your aim should include your hypothesis, your readouts and your a priori, i.e. which direction you think the effect you study will...

6 – Follow the OHEDR structure for crystal-clear results paragraphs

6 – Follow the OHEDR structure for crystal-clea...

The OHEDR structure allows you to write clearer articles, faster. It consists in systematically breaking down each result paragraph into 5 subparagraphs, which state your Observation, Hypothesis, Experiment, Data, Results.

6 – Follow the OHEDR structure for crystal-clear results paragraphs

The OHEDR structure allows you to write clearer articles, faster. It consists in systematically breaking down each result paragraph into 5 subparagraphs, which state your Observation, Hypothesis, Experiment, Data, Results.

Self-explanatory article figure

5- Design self-explanatory figures

Most researchers start with a quick glance at the figures to get an idea of a paper’s results. Therefore, your figures must be self-explanatory. Such figures have the added benefit that...

5- Design self-explanatory figures

Most researchers start with a quick glance at the figures to get an idea of a paper’s results. Therefore, your figures must be self-explanatory. Such figures have the added benefit that...