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Thread: can anyone help for a paper again?

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26-May-17, 23:41
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Hi, can anyone help me with this paper? The journal is Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. Thanks very much

Genetic differentiation in the boreal dragonfly Leucorrhinia dubia in the Palearctic region
F. Johansson
P. Halvarsson
D.J. Mikolajewski
J. Höglund
Biol J Linn Soc (2017) 121 (2): 294-304.
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https://doi.org/10.1093/biolinnean/blw033

Thread: help for a paper

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24-May-17, 23:21
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Many thanks for the help

Thread: Teaching assistant award

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22-May-17, 06:55
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Congratulations on achieving that score! I wouldn't worry about this. Have you always had a good working relationship with your supervisor?

Thread: help for a paper

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19-May-17, 13:38
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Is anyone able to help me with this paper? thank you

Characteristics of microsatellite loci in Odonata
Phillip C. Watts
International Journal of Odonatology Vol. 12 , Iss. 2,2009

Thread: Research assistant/ Postdoc

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19-May-17, 13:36
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hi, are you soon-to-be a medical doctor who doesn't want to do medicine? I have a similar friend, he is a qualified GP but he wants to do business and he is always trying to sell me a product etc.

Really sorry, post-doc means you need to already have a PhD. Post-doc does not mean post-doctor of medicine. I hope you can find a way to do something you enjoy. Best of luck

Thread: Kick start motivation?

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19-May-17, 13:26
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I am also struggling to revise a paper. I encourage myself by doing something different, somehow I do feel better after I've done something else, and then the motivation to write does come back. Another thing you can try is eating with friends or family members. When I eat with someone, even if it's just a bag of chips, I always feel better afterwards. Hope this helps.

Thread: help with paper?

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12-Aug-16, 21:50
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posted about 9 months ago
hi, can anyone help with this paper?

Davis, W. L. and Goodman, D. B. P. (1992), Evidence for the glyoxyiate cycle in human liver. Anat. Rec., 234: 461–468. doi:10.1002/ar.1092340402

thanks satchi

Thread: Off topic question

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16-Jul-16, 17:55
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posted about 10 months ago
chinatown? :-)

Thread: PhD mum submitted thesis.

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15-Jul-16, 14:55
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posted about 10 months ago
congratulations on submitting! well done

Thread: PhD in Canada , is it worth?

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15-Jul-16, 14:54
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posted about 10 months ago
hi, congratulations on your phd offer. I don't think the university rank is the most important for post phd employment. Employers always look for experience, and if your university has a higher ranking i suppose that complements it for you.

Thread: UK postdoc

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05-Jul-16, 05:17
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posted about 10 months ago
difficult but not impossible

Thread: qualitative research question

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02-Jul-16, 19:54
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posted about 10 months ago
hi Kassiopi thanks for your message, and congratulations on publishing your paper!

Thread: Poster for nonacademic audience

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29-Jun-16, 08:50
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yes I would :-)
this will show them where the information is coming from/related to/about...

Thread: ergonomic mouse

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28-Jun-16, 11:50
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posted about 11 months ago
hi everyone thanks for your replies! I have bought a cheap vertical mouse, it's pretty good. The only thing is that I can't use it for the left hand, it doesn't sit nicely. I have also raised the height of my chair, that seems to help ease the pain and numbness going down my forearm.

Thread: ergonomic mouse

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21-Jun-16, 16:47
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hi Tudor_Queen and AOE26, thanks for your replies.
I will look at an ergonomic mouse mat, the pain comes when I am moving the mouse, maybe a mat will help.

I really need to use a mouse, I have my faithful macbook air but I prefer to use a mouse to drag items, corners etc. I have been looking at Evoluent products but they are expensive. I

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