Author Archives: Christopher Toni

NSF Summer Research Opportunity for Graduate Students

Some people think of summer as a time for rest and relaxation; I’m the type of person that has to have something (academically) to do during the summer.  As an undergraduate, I had the luxury of taking 2-4 summer courses.  Now … Continue reading

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The “Cost of Knowledge” – On the Elsevier boycott and the push for more open access

In the STEM fields, knowledge through research results is shared amongst academics and researchers by means of publications in research journals.  Some of the big name research journal publishers consist of Springer, Elsevier, Wiley, Science, Nature, etc. In the last … Continue reading

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