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Although focused on polar and cryospheric scientists, APECS’s resources give general advice that can help scientists of all disciplines develop “soft skills.”
Scientists across every field and discipline should be able to communicate effectively and work together with different people and groups.
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Scientist-authored opinion articles provide scientists a way to directly connect with the general public.
Early-career scientists can benefit from interdisciplinary research, but some roadblocks stand in the way.
Learning programming skills can help students excel in their geoscience courses.
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A regular reader's thoughts on the use of parentheses in scientific writing.