26 July 2021
The currency of science is currency
I used to tell students, “Your publications are gold. Peer reviewed journal articles are the currency of science.” I don’t think I’m going ...
23 July 2021
I’m excited to be presenting at ComSciCon 2021 ! I’ll be part of a panel and workshop on creative storytelling on 5 August 2021 It’s a bit...
22 July 2021
Terry McGlynn tweeted (in reply to an article I couldn’t see): Want more people to accept and understand evolution? Your mission, should...
19 July 2021
One of the things I was most proud of doing in my time at The University of Texas-Pan American was chairing the search committee that recomm...
04 July 2021
You don’t have to use bad data
A routine case of a bad paper attracting a lot of criticism and then getting retracted . The one thing that I wanted to comment on was one...
01 July 2021
In two days, two insightful pieces of writing have dropped that feel like bookends to each other. Both deal with the effects of social media...
27 June 2021
The paradox of MDPI
One of the most puzzling trends in scientific publishing for the last couple of years has been the status of the open access publisher MDPI....
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