Recommended Reading | September 2014

HeardSkinkQAEcologist Geoff Heard shares some skink pics.

David Pannell reflects on 10 years of blogging.

John Morgan highlights the potential disconnect between what we want to learn and what we measure.

The Washington Post’s Brigid Schulte reports on a new survey of male academics’ work-life balance (via @n_ylime):

“I never in my life made a tax return. I never in my life washed a pair of socks or cleaned a pair of shoes,” said one 67-year-old physics professor in a traditional marriage. When asked if having children is difficult to manage with being a scientist, he responded: “No, absolutely not. That’s why you have a wife.”


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