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Keeping the LGBQ Community in STEM: a Need for a Change in Academic Climate

By Joseph Grange
This article was originally published by the author at The POSTDOCket . Academic Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) settings continue to have trouble retaining diverse populations

On the Past, Present, and Future of Forensic Science in the United States

By Samantha Tyner
The AAAS Forensic Conference on November 12, 2019, under the theme “An Update on Strengthening Forensic Science in the United States: A Decade of Development”, commemorates the 10th anniversary of the

The Dos and Don’ts of Communicating with Data: The double y-axis

By Samantha Tyner
This post is a version of another posted on the author’s personal blog . On a previous blog post I explain in detail how to reconstruct a graph to make clear the information it aims to convey. This

Going Commercial: My Experience as a Postdoctoral Intern in Technology Transfer

By Stephanie Davis
This article was originally published by the National Postdoctoral Association (NPA) POSTDOCket on the July 2019 issue (issue 17, vol. 7) and the author has received permission to re-post on Sci on

Surprising Results Upon Reexamining the Curious Jaw of the Moray Eel

By Devin Reese
A version of this blog was also published on Smithsonian Ocean In morphology there is no such thing as insignificant detail; each observation, no matter how trifling, may carry the germ of an

The Two Body Problem Doesn't Have One Answer

By Andrea Stathopoulos
I met my partner in graduate school, so we knew from the beginning of our relationship that we might not graduate at the same time, let alone find two jobs in the same location afterwards.

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