No one is born knowing how to be a good scientist. The skills needed to succeed as a scientist develop slowly through training, mentoring, and practice, practice, practice!
Below are some tools and guides to help you master the Kotton Lab’s “three R’s” of communicating our science: Reading, wRiting, and Representing. Download, share with others, and pay it forward! We wish you success and joy in your journey of learning how to be a good scientist
More useful links to other helpful guides we recommend:
- Brigid Hogan Lab’s free download on how to write a paper: click here to view link
- Stem Cell Technologies journal club preparation checklist
- From NIH’s “Tips for journal club first timers.”