Recommended Reading | September 2012

For the time being I’m resisting implicit QAEco peer pressure to tweet. I thought I’d try a monthly post of links in lieu of re-tweeting. Here’s what I was mulling over in September…

David Pannell discusses discounting.

Colin Hunt suggests that the Super trawler is not the only fishing needing review.

False-positive psychology (via @wkmor1).

Science faculty’s subtle gender biases favour male students (via jezebel).

These scientists will predict the trajectory of your h-index over the next 10 years (via Matt Malishev).

Is the ‘lone genius’ narrative irrelevant to current-day science and discovery?

QAECo’s Pia Lentini reflects on prospects for early-mid career researchers in one, two, three parts.

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