Monthly Archives: February 2014

Thoughts for students on the publishing process

Last year Peter Vitousek asked me to participate in a discussion on the academic publishing process for new graduate students in the E-IPER program at Stanford. To organize my thoughts on the subject I decided to write a few paragraphs … Continue reading

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New paper accepted to PLoS One!

Our first open access paper has just been accepted at PLoS One! And it’s a good one. Dylan & I looked at the effects of different lab protocols on the main variables measured by microbial ecologists (richness, community similarity). We … Continue reading

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