Top 10 Reasons to Engage In Science Twitter

0000-0003-1823-8642   More and more scientists are finally using Twitter. For many people, Twitter has become the primary place to catch breaking news, follow hot trends, make new friends, and establish business contacts. Mike “Dr.

Revising Your First Scientific Manuscript

0000-0003-1823-8642   By Michael Hsieh   “Dear Author”. That email salutation, and minor variations, still gives me a jolt of adrenaline and trepidation. I’ve been publishing scientific papers for almost three decades, but I frantically

2015 Samuel Johnson Prize Goes to NeuroTribes, by Steve Silberman – First science book to win UK’s top nonfiction book award

ssTo mark the publication of the book NeuroTribes (Aug 25, 2015; Avery/Penguin Random House) by Steve Silberman, whose blog of the same name has been hosted on the PLOS BLOGS Network since 2010, we invited independent science writer Emily Willingham, PhD to review

NeuroTribes: Steve Silberman on a haunting history and new hope for autistic people

To mark the publication of the book NeuroTribes (Aug 25, 2015; Avery/Penguin Random House) by Steve Silberman, whose blog of the same name has been hosted on the PLOS BLOGS Network since 2010, we invited independent science writer Emily Willingham, PhD to review the book and conduct an … Continue reading »

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