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Adventures in Publishing: Homewood Researchers Share Experiences with New Publishing Models

The panel will take place on: Monday, March 26th 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm Macksey Room, M-Level, Brody Learning Commons Refreshments will be served. This event this is FREE; please register. Hear stories from three seasoned scholars who’ve explored the … Continue reading

Scientists, Communicating, Doing Science

How does science get done? In many ways — experimenting, theorizing, testing, observing. But good science also comes from lots and lots of talking. At conferences, in journals, in hallways, at seminars, with patients, in classrooms and labs, over coffee, … Continue reading

Patents — Amaze Your Friends!

Patents are historical, technical, artistic, ground-breaking, legally binding, creative, and revealing. Patents are incredibly cool, and extremely useful. What’s a patent? A patent is the right to keep other people from making or selling YOUR invention (unless you give them … Continue reading