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  1. When scientists communicate effectively about their research, science thrives.Making our science digestible to nonscientists helps people understand the wider relevance of science in society. Given the current stark funding realities, making our science accessible can also promote more informed decision-making, especially with policymakers, government agencies, and other types of funders. Link back to full article
  2. Here is an interesting perspective on how working life and priorities as a scientist change throughout significant moments in life: http://science.sciencemag.org/content/355/6323/426 Happy reading!
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