How to read and understand a scientific paper: a guide for non-scientists


From vaccinations to climate change, getting science wrong has very real consequences. But journal articles, a primary way science is communicated in academia, are a different format to newspaper articles or blogs and require a level of skill and undoubtedly a greater amount of patience.  Continue reading

The irreversible momentum of clean energy


Abstract

Private-sector incentives help drive decoupling of emissions and economic growth.

-Barak Obama, President of USA.

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Approach Professor for Assistantships


Guys, I am receiving messages and email how to approach a professor for graduate research/teaching assistantships for MS and Ph.D. in universities of USA. I am putting a piece of suggestion in this blog post just to make my tips public and make it more accessible to all candidates. It is not a perfect suggestion but something, indeed good information, if you don’t have an idea about how to start writing an approaching email. Just check this piece of information. Hope, it would be helpful to you all.

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NSFC2016: National Small Farmer Conference Posters!


I have collected posters that I found interesting in National Small Farmer Conference in Virginia Beach, VA (#NSFC2016). Hope some of these might give you research ideas as well as information about various aspects of small farmers! Enjoy the post!!! 🙂 img_1601-1

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