Monthly Archives: April 2013

3-Minute Trips Down Memory Lane

Our last update came just before the Ontario Provincial Championships of the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition. It’s since passed and I’m happy to report that it was incredible fun. (For fuller coverage of the event, see my article on

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Believing in the Business (of Research): Why Being Self-Directed Might be a Little Like Being Self-Employed

I don’t remember how it was that we ended up deciding to post on Mondays, but today, the least loved of the weekdays really outdid itself – there were fat red-breasted robins, there was sunshine, and when I grudgingly took

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Backup, backup, backup: Why you should use Dropbox

Before I start, remember that we are currently taking applications to become a blogger at Gradifying! Submit your application today to! With the end of the semester approaching and people frantically writing papers, or starting to assemble their theses/dissertations,

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Thoughts for a New Semester: A Trick of Perspective

And so it is we’ve found ourselves again in the last week of classes for the Winter semester, which means that, although grad school is a year-round affair, the comparative lull called Summer is upon us. The current weather suggests

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