This blog reports the thinking behind a study undertaken by a team of researchers across Imperial College London and the Met Office Hadley Centre, to look at how climate change mitigation pathways could be adjusted as future information is received, around both climate and technological conditions.
Tumour in normal contamination assessment from whole genome sequencing to ensure high standards of genomic testing and insights into personalised treatments for patients with haematological cancers
This study determines the positive and negative microbial co-occurrences between uropathogenic species in the lower urinary tract microenvironment of long-term catheterized patients.
"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” –Helen Keller.
Two Can Play the Game of “You”: Behavioral Consequences of Second-Person Pronouns in Written communications Between Authors and Reviewers of Scientific Papers
In peer review, authors addressing reviewers using second-person pronouns receive fewer questions, shorter responses, and more positive feedback. This is because “you” (vs. non-“you”) usage creates a more personal and engaging conversation. Here, the authors offer some reflections on their work.