The Specificity of Processing in Prefrontal Cortex: From Problem Solving to Reaction Times

submitted by: TandF
The 39th Sir Frederick Bartlett Memorial Lecture given by Prof Tim Shallice at the January 2011 meeting of the Experimental Psychology Society, University College London, 6 January 2011. A selection of previous Bartlett Lectures published in Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology are now available to download or read online here . A selection of published articles by Prof Tim Shallice can be found here . Visit the Experimental Psychology Society at www.eps.ac.uk .

Inside the Mind's Eye: Communicating Science in a New Media Era (MWV41)

submitted by: MicrobeWorld
Blogs, podcasts, and other new media outlets have changed the way people get their news. Immediate access to information presents new opportunities as well as challenges for science communication. Watch Carl Zimmer, science writer for the New York Times and host of MicrobeWorld's Meet the Scientist podcast, at the Marian Koshland Science Museum in Washington, D.C. discuss how scientists and journalists are using new media outlets while avoiding their pitfalls. Carl Zimmer is an...

Why Write? Communicating Your Results to Further Scientific Knowledge (MWV36)

submitted by: MicrobeWorld
On March 18, 2010, Roberto Kolter, Harvard Medical School and ASM President, gave a presentation to a group of graduate and postdoctoral students on why scientists need to be able to communicate effectively. This talk opened up the 2010 ASM Scientific Writing and Publishing Institute that was held at ASM Headquarters in Washington, DC on March 18 - 21, 2010. The Institute provides four days of hands-on intensive training in scientific writing and publishing under the mentorship of ASM...

An Efficient Publication Process

submitted by: bartneck

In this video tutorial, we introduce an efficient publication process. It starts with structuring thoughts, and assembling all the elements in a text editor. Next, we demonstrate how to manage references and how to include figures. Last, we demonstrate the usage of Latex to automatically layout a document.

Introduction to Seidman Lecture Series: Writing, Editing, and Reviewing a Scientific Paper for Publication

submitted by: CSeidman

Introduction to Seidman Lecture Series, a 10-session course on writing, editing, and reviewing a scientific paper for publication

Web 2.0 Panel

submitted by: dougramsey

A discussion with Brian Dear from Eventful.com, Seth Greenberg from Intuit.com and Turbotax, and Seth Sternberg from Meebo.com on Web 2.0, online enterpreneurship, user communities, advertising, technology and communication.

Ten Simple Rules for Getting Published

submitted by: Phil
he student council ( http://www.iscbsc.org/ ) of the International Society for Computational Biology asked me to present my thoughts on getting published in the field of computational biology at the Intelligent Systems in Molecular Biology conference held in Detroit in late June of 2005. Close to 200 bright young souls (and a few not so young) crammed into a small room for what proved to be a wonderful interchange among a group of whom approximately one-half had yet to publish their first...
Authors: Philip e Bourne