Dr. Raghavan is named
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by Women in Aerospace
Tough question to answer and here’s a pretty neat attempt : Why do a PhD?
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Here’s a guide full of practical advice and resources on getting a career in science for people from low-income backgrounds: How to Become a Scientist While Poor
A nice guideline on the important aspects that an abstract should cover with an example here on the Nature website
A research notebook is critical for so many reasons – to keep a record of your experiments, findings and ideas (so that you are systematic with your approach as you progress through graduate school), to provide content and a record of your potentially patentable inventions, to leave the wealth of information on to future students in your laboratory so they can progress towards the main goals….and many more.
Here’s a guide on how to keep a lab notebook so that it meets all the requirements that go with the above goals
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