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lab litUntil the recent explosion of blogs and internet culture, scientists haven't had many outlets to publicly express the joys and frustrations of living the life of a scientist., started in March 2005, is an online magazine of both non-fiction and fiction articles written by scientists and graduate students about the daily grind in the lab. Among the current crop of articles Ian Brooks frets about the 'nowhere land' of postdoc life and Dr. Clare Dudman writes about her transition from chemistry to becoming a novelist interested in historical science. There's also a LabLit community forum for chatting about various topics in science and culture. The style of the writing is about on the level of a typical college newspaper or alt weekly, but the articles can be eye-opening for anyone considering graduate school and a career in science.
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