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The Sassy Scientist – A Tale Of Two Offices

The Sassy Scientist – A Tale Of Two Offices

Every week, The Sassy Scientist answers a question on geodynamics, related topics, academic life, the universe or anything in between with a healthy dose of sarcasm. Do you have a question for The Sassy Scientist? Submit your question here or leave a comment below. It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness. Lucie lives through thos ...[Read More]

On carbon footprint in academics, Aikido, train tours and our feeling of guilt

Aikido

This week, Antoine Rozel, senior researcher in ETH Zürich, gives us good news about carbon footprint. We can take the global warming problem as a pretext to change some of our arbitrary habits and make our communication much more efficient! Global warming is real and yes we do need to drastically decrease our carbon footprint. I see 3 options: 1) not caring, 2) feeling guilty about it and not doin ...[Read More]

The Sassy Scientist – No Pinocchio

The Sassy Scientist – No Pinocchio

Every week, The Sassy Scientist answers a question on geodynamics, related topics, academic life, the universe or anything in between with a healthy dose of sarcasm. Do you have a question for The Sassy Scientist? Submit your question here or leave a comment below. Though wanting any former student to reach as high as possible in life, Geppetto asks in dubio: Should I write a dishonest recommendat ...[Read More]

The Sassy Scientist – Publishing Lulls

The Sassy Scientist – Publishing Lulls

Every week, The Sassy Scientist answers a question on geodynamics, related topics, academic life, the universe or anything in between with a healthy dose of sarcasm. Do you have a question for The Sassy Scientist? Submit your question here or leave a comment below. Through an overwhelmingly frustrating waiting period, first due to an editor that went AWOL with an unresponsive email account as a re ...[Read More]