handy sources Listening to podcasts is very beneficial for you as a researcher

Tips for PhD’s from PhD’s (10)

How to become a great scientist? Quite a while ago I received the tip from Tineke en Marjolein to listen to a couple of podcasts and watch some popular scientific programs. During a training, Tineke had heard of the notion ‘developing a talent for science’, which stated that you can…

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about you What to do when you feel down

What to do when you feel down….

It is quite a challenge. Staying at home as much as possible, keeping a distance of 1,5 meters, most of the Universities closed and having to work online all of a sudden. I could easily add more items to this list of challenges. What to do when you feel down?…

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about you As you are sitting more at home it is very important to keep moving.

Keep moving!

As you are at home a lot more than usual, it is very important to exercise. In the blog of this week, you will find 5 tips on exercising. They are from fit20. And yes, I am completely prejudiced, my husband owns a fit20 studio. I have been training for…

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about you How to make working from home successful

Working from home

Working from home is the ‘new normal’. But unfortunately, in reality, it is quite hard. I have created a webinar with the ins and outs to help you with it. The webinar To make sure working from home will be successful, you need to have a good understanding of the…

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writing Discussion and conclusion are the most challenging to write for a PhD Student

Discussion and conclusion, what’s the low down

The discussion and conclusion sections are often the most challenging to write for PhD students. What is expected of you? The discussion is the section that follows the methods and the results. The conclusion comes after the discussion. In the discussion, you let the reader know what your research means…

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