In this part two of the twin-post on the impostor syndrome, I summarise some of the popular and relatively easy ways to stop yourself from self-sabotage.
Has academia overcome the Sagan effect? Is it trying to? Does the public care and are all celebrities the same?
If you think there are more important things that #scientific #literacy, you are may be right, but I'd suggest to think again!
To every scientist - I have faith that we can do this and much more!
Be curious and always be critical - even of the things you hear in class!
Mini-interview with Nobel4GMOs mastermind I love this mini-interview, but when I got to read the “I don’t know enough about agri-business to comment on the impact of this deal.” I got extremely frustrated! Scientists and people with knowledge shying away from the discussion are the main reason why we are…
Getting the “quacks” in a row! I was wondering if it’s worth it for me to jump in the messy fight with quackery and pseudoscience in my pristine-all-sciency blog (pat-pat). Then, I figured – I am already doing it on other platforms, albeit little passively, so why not do it…