Scientific papers describe new research findings. Yet, it seems that a greater proportion of papers feel it is necessary to point that out. Why is that?
New paper published – LaNts and laminin polymerisation review
New paper on laNts, laminin and netrins in basement membranes.
Editing for impact #4 – Get Rhythm – Paragraph length and flow.
Good writing is effective writing. In science writing, efficacy comes from your readers being able to absorb the information you … More
Life in the Lab – Chapter 7 release + sample content
Just a quick announcement to say that Chapter 7 of Life in the Lab has now been uploaded and is … More
Sampling bias? Wrong sort of blot? or pseudoreplicates?
#rorschach #psychology #westernblot
They grow up so fast – Maddie, Jess and Caitlin project talks
Today the final year undergrad students who had been completing their project in the Hamill lab gave their project talks. … More
See Life in the Laminin Lab #11 When is repetition your enemy? Basically anytime you are writing, but especially in … More
SciArt review process
If Art was subject to peer-review…. Preparation The Review Process Any likeness to people at my institution is purely coincidental … More
Beautiful Sci-Art to Inspire the Next Generation
Science-based works of Art (#sciart) created yesterday at the Institute of Ageing and Chronic Disease by year-6 children (10-11yrs old) … More