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The Startup Scientist

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Fantastic series

By mattpfox - Nov 07 2018
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I cam across this through Dan's other podcast series but this is a must for scientists. Dan has a really interesting take on science, seeing it in terms of a startup. He has excellent insights on productivity and success in academia.

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Fantastic series

By mattpfox - Nov 07 2018
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I cam across this through Dan's other podcast series but this is a must for scientists. Dan has a really interesting take on science, seeing it in terms of a startup. He has excellent insights on productivity and success in academia.

Best weekly hand curated episodes for learning

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The Startup Scientist

Latest release on Jan 31, 2018

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Rank #1: Picking your project

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Dan introduces his new series on taking a paper from idea to publication. In this episode, he discusses how to pick a project and why it's important to identify a target journal for paper submission as early as possible.

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Dec 20 2017

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Rank #2: 6: Deep work

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In the latest episode of the Startup Scientist mini-cast Dan reviews "Deep work", a new book about working in a distracted world.Links:Deep Work bookhttps://amzn.com/B013UWFM52Cal Newport's bloghttp://calnewport.com/blog/ Dan's other podcast, Everything Hertzhttps://soundcloud.com/everything-hertzTwitter:https://twitter.com/TSS_podcastFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/startup.scientist

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Jul 14 2016

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Rank #3: 7: The five elements of your research story

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In the latest episode of the Startup Scientist mini-cast Dan shares the 5 elements of a memorable reseach story:1. The problem 2. The small win3. The hurdle4. The resolution5. The cliffhangerLinks:Twitter: https://twitter.com/TSS_podcastFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/startup.scientistDan's other podcast, Everything Hertz: https://soundcloud.com/everything-hertz

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Aug 14 2016

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Rank #4: Assembling your team

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In this episode, Dan explains how to best assemble your co-author team and how to send emails to potential collaborators that will get replies.

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Dec 20 2017

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Rank #5: 11: PhD publication strategies

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Dan discusses whether you should tackle high risk projects or play it safe for your PhD.Links:Instagram - instagram.com/startup_sciTwitter - @startup_sci

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Apr 07 2017

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Rank #6: 9: Reverse engineering your career goals

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In this mincast episode, Dan shares how he reverse engineers his career goals and how this helps him with daily decision making.Links:Instagram - instagram.com/startup_sciEverything Hertz podcast - soundcloud.com/everything-hertz

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Mar 22 2017

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Rank #7: 3: Building your online presence

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Whether you realise it or not, people are talking about your research online. Can you really afford to miss the chance to be a part of these conversations?The latest minicast episode of the Startup Scientist covers why your online presence is important and how to build it as an academic. Dan shares some tips on which social networks you should be a part of, the perils of spending too much time on curating your social media, and how to set up alerts on when people google you and the terms they use to find your work.

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May 08 2016

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Rank #8: 8: How to spend less time on your phone

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Here's how Dan trained himself to spend less time looking his phone and more time doing quality work that matters. Links:Forest app: https://www.forestapp.cc/en/Instagram: instagram.com/startup_sciTwitter: twitter.com/startup_sciFacebook: www.facebook.com/startup.scientist

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Mar 15 2017

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Rank #9: Getting started with your paper

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In this minicast episode, Dan walks you through how to get started with your paper and how reading improves your writing.

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Jan 01 2018

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Rank #10: 4: Sometimes you win, sometimes you learn

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You develop a pretty thick skin working in academia. Often the editor’s rejection message of “your manuscript doesn’t fit the scope of the journal” feel’s like they’re saying, “you know that thing you poured the last six months of your life into — it really isn’t that good”.As a scientist, it’s crucial to remember that sometimes you win and sometimes you learn.It’s nice to hear that even successful academics have a long list of failures, which helps put our “failures” into perspective. However, access to this kind of information is pretty rare. Instead, it’s much easier to remind yourself of times when you were winning.Not sure how to do this? Well, you’re in luck because in the latest episode of the Startup Scientist mini-cast Dan shares two easy ways to help bring to mind your past successes.Links:Dan's other podcast, Everything Hertzhttps://soundcloud.com/everything-hertzTwitter:https://twitter.com/TSS_podcastFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/startup.scientist

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May 22 2016

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