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JonBHarris
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Thread: Freelance scientist

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12-Dec-17, 19:15
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Do you want to stay in the field of your study? You can always get job in other sectors with a science degree and keep trying to get work in your subject area.

Thread: How can I get PhD offers? Please help

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12-Dec-17, 19:11
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57% is a decent score to be accepted for a PHD course. Do your research and find right institute for your subject. You may consult your topic before sending a proposal.

Thread: Changing supervisors?

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11-Dec-17, 22:55
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posted about 3 years ago
Excellent advice by Tru. You have no reason to be scared. It's your course and you are funding it. Do what it takes and change the supervisor. I would recommend working with someone from a different institute.

Thread: Can I use a book's source as my own source?

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11-Dec-17, 22:28
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Of course you can. Just verify the source before you do so which it looks like you have already done. So I don't see a problem here. All the best for your course.

Thread: How to approach a potential PhD supervisor

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11-Dec-17, 22:20
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You are definitely late for 2018 entry as you need funding. I think sourcing funds from charity organization is a good idea, specially if they relate to your subject. Regarding your question, you can always contact the supervisor first discussing the subject you are interested in.

Thread: Project Management Software

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05-Dec-17, 20:10
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The best free project management software I have ever used is Fluxes.com. It's very simple to use, yet a powerful tool for managing daily tasks and team projects. Fluxes is installed with lots of useful features which is way better than many paid tools.

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Hi,

Which project management software do you use, why, and which one would you recommend? I am looking for one, preferably free, but can't decide on which one to use.

Thanks! :)
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