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Welcome to the new ReadCube!

Today is a momentous day in the world of ReadCube. That’s right, the new ReadCube Desktop is here, along with ReadCube Pro! We’ve been hard at work for quite some time on this major update, and we’re really reallyreally excited to share it with you. This isn’t any run-of-the-mill update, either. It represents a huge step forward…

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Post-Lab Commitments – The Expectation to Finish Your Papers

Last December, at the end of my 4th year as a post-doc/research associate I took the big step of leaving the bench to explore other career options. I left the lab having spent the past 1.5 years working with a few colleagues on my second project in the lab, and by the time I left…

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ReadCube on tour!

ReadCube is traveling cross country and we’d love for you to come hang out with us! Bethesda, MD (Apr 23/24th) – NIH tent show, booth #264 San Diego, CA (Apr 26-30th) – Exp. Biology, booth #1219 Pittsburg, PA (May 2-6th) – Immunology, booth #430 Boston, MA (May 17-20th) – ASM, booth #545 Check out all of…

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Happy Valentine’s Day!

  Happy Valentine’s Day / Singles Awareness Day from all of us at ReadCube!  

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Big News! Adrian Stanley joins ReadCube as VP, Global Business Development

The entire ReadCube team is thrilled to welcome aboard Adrian Stanley as Vice President of Global Business Development! Adrian will be responsible for worldwide publisher sales and developing key strategic partnerships. He joins us from The Charlesworth Group – a leading international publishing services company, where he most recently served as CEO of the US…

Deep in the heart of Texas..

Deep in the heart of Texas..

They say that everything’s bigger in Texas. If the number of ReadCube fans in the Lone Star State is any indication, then the saying is true! So we’re thrilled to say that we’ll be seeing some of you this week as we visit Texas Medical Center and Texas A&M for the BioResearch Product Faires! These events bring together many…

Time Spent Reading in ReadCube Papers in 2013

Time Spent Reading in ReadCube Papers in 2013

ReadCube Papers Across the Globe

ReadCube Papers Across the Globe

Pages Read in ReadCube in 2013

Pages Read in ReadCube in 2013

Top Read Papers This Week on ReadCube

Top Read Papers This Week on ReadCube

In case you missed these – here is a run down of the top read papers across all of ReadCube this week: A mitochondrial genome sequence of a hominin from Sima de los Huesos.  http://rdcu.be/CCM  #evolutionary #genetics #nature A simple symmetry as a guide toward new physics beyond the Standard Model. http://rdcu.be/qSa   #neutrino #models #frontiers Abstract rule neurons in the endbrain support…

Happy Holidays from ReadCube Papers!

Happy Holidays from ReadCube Papers!

  Hope everyone has a safe and happy holiday!!  

Love the brain? So do we! ReadCube @ Neuro 2013!

Love the brain? So do we! ReadCube @ Neuro 2013!

Attention Attention! We’re thrilled to say that we’ll be at this year’s Neuroscience conference in sunny San Diego! So if you’re at SfN, we’d love to see you! Here are a few reasons you might want to come visit us: If you’re a loyal ReadCube user, come on down to booth #405, where we just…

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Things I Wish I Knew Entering Grad School: Choosing Your Lab – Talk to Your Potential PI and Lab Members

Once you’ve narrowed down your choice to a few labs based on your research interests as well as any geographic or lifestyle preferences that may come into play, and you’ve established a general understanding as to what PI and the lab itself may have to offer, it’s time to arrange a visit and have a…

4 Bummers About the Government Shutdown, If You’re A Researcher

4 Bummers About the Government Shutdown, If You’re A Researcher

(Image Credit: Reuters) So it’s really happened, the US Federal Government has shut down (at least in part). You’ve surely read about the main consequences in the news: almost a million people are sent home without pay, government office buildings are closed, and even the website of the USDA is offline! As a loyal slave to…

Keeping Balance in Graduate School

Keeping Balance in Graduate School

When I was in graduate school, my top priority was crystal clear to me: getting out with a Ph.D. Other people described me as “focused like a laser beam” on that goal. In retrospect, I may have been too focused. There is more to life than graduate work. Keeping your health and sanity intact are…

Scientific FOMO? No mo!

Scientific FOMO? No mo!

Keeping up on the latest research in your field can be a slippery slope. After you’ve found the first few great papers or key authors, the realization how much information is out there (not to mention the task of sorting through it) can be really intimidating! Just like in your life outside the lab, science…

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Grad School is a Whole Other Planet

Forget Men are from Mars, and Women being from Venus – in grad school, we are all on Pluto. If you go through a Ph.D. program, you will find graduate studies to be a very different world from undergraduate school. If you just get an M.S., then graduate school may not be much different from…

Back to the Grind

Back to the Grind

September’s here. The air is getting crisper – campuses are buzzing… yes friends, summer is winding down and fall is approaching. We’ve got some great things on the way… BIG new feature launches Campus visits Conference parties …PLUS we’re teaming up with our friends at 1DegreeBio to bring you some great articles with tips and tricks to navigate through…