Behind the Paper: Genome Evolution in Bacteria Isolated from Million-Year-Old Subseafloor Sediment
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As some of you get ready to start your own labs this semester, or strike out in search of the perfect academic position, I’d like to share a bit about …
This is the second post in a series called Triskelion. The triskelion is an ancient symbol consisting of a triple spiral (or legs) exhibiting rotationa…
a paper, a quote, and a thought
And making the final decision on who to hire
After we’ve decided to hire, constructed the position description, and posted it for about a month, we’ve got to evaluate the applicants. While constru…
One that people want to apply to
Deciding when to hire someone is not a one-size-fits-all process
Clubhouse invitationsNo full newsletter this week, but I’ve got two invitations for Clubhouse that’ll go to the first two people that tag me (@Paul_Carini) in a twee…
This is part 1 of a multi-part series about hiring research personnel
Is formylovory a widespread physiology in soils?
If you are reading this, you might be a newly minted Doctor of Philosophy, or about to be one! Congratulations! Now is the time to refine your craft, m…