#PaintYourPath

During the ASIP Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology, attendees took a break from the amazing sessions to wake the artist within the science. See photos of some of the fantastic work and talent that our members produced.

What matters in a Ph.D. adviser? Here’s what the research says

Taken from: https://www.sciencemag.org/careers/2019/04/what-matters-phd-adviser-here-s-what-research-says Written by Katie Langin Earning a Ph.D. takes years and poses many challenges, so it’s important to choose the person who will shepherd you through the process—your Ph.D. adviser—wisely. There’s no single formula for choosing the right Ph.D. adviser; the factors will vary for each student. But the latest research on the [...]

What to do when your paper is out for review

So... you worked hard on your paper. You ran the experiments and wrote up the results. You got the cover letter just right, and you made sure to polish the title, the abstract, and the figures . Finally, you submitted your work to a journal, and a few days later you received an email letting you know that the editors [...]

CASE in point: Graduate science students seek public policy training

Anne Q. Hoy, 26 Apr 2019 Taken from https://science.sciencemag.org/content/364/6438/345 Chris Bolden, a Ph.D. candidate researching drug addiction, was thrilled with the outcome of two Arkansas congressional delegation staff meetings as part of an American Association for the Advancement of Science workshop on the role of science in public policy-making. The capstone meeting with a staffer [...]

How to write a first-class paper

Manuscripts may have a rigidly defined structure, but there’s still room to tell a compelling story — one that clearly communicates the science and is a pleasure to read. Scientist-authors and editors debate the importance and meaning of creativity and offer tips on how to write a top paper. by Virginia Gewin How to write [...]