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We’re looking for a few good Molecular Ecologists (UPDATED)

Update, 6 October: Thanks to everyone who has written in to apply for a position! I’ll try to respond to your inquiries in the next day or so; we’ll continue to accept applications until next Monday, 13 October before making … Continue reading

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#Evol2014 in tweets

Getting free banana from anti-evolutionist on street outside #Evol2014 pic.twitter.com/FLL5zmOHgA— Mohamed Noor (@mafnoor) June 21, 2014 I think it’s fair to say that I was a pioneer of Twitter at the Evolution meetings—back when I set up the website for … Continue reading

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Social networks, and networking, at conferences

Cross-posted from Denim and Tweed: Just in time for the Evolution 2013 meeting, Nature has a nice article by Roberta Kwok on how to use social networks and mobile apps at scientific conferences. Oh, and there’s a brief appearence by … Continue reading

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Increasing productivity in an increasingly productive world

One of the things I have been thinking about lately is how to further increase my own productivity.  Regardless of your career goals, increasing your productivity is only going to help you accomplish more (by definition) and increase your esteem … Continue reading

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Carnival of Evolution, November 2012

The monthly compendium of online writing about all things evolution-y is live at Sorting out Science.

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