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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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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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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

Still looking...

Thread: ergonomic mouse

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21-Jun-16, 08:33
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hi, can anyone recommend a good mouse? I have pain in my elbow and wrists. There are quite a few ergonomic mice in the market, I don't know which one to get. Any suggestions? thanks
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