Recommended Reading | December 2013

Rather than drawing on their impressively rich data-set to empirically test questions about how brain connectivity characteristics relate to behaviour, the authors instead offer untested stereotype-based speculation.

– another well-timed neurosexism smackdown from Cordelia Fine.

Urban ecology point transects.

Peter Higgs wouldn’t be productive enough for today’s academic environment.

More on how publication incentives are interfering with quality science.

John Morgan observes the Victorian alps, then and now.

LOL, their theses.

Nature‘s top 10 people who mattered in 2013.

Some of the best online science writing of 2013.

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