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Publications by author Nobeli:I.
 

In praise of slow

  
Science, Vol. 359, No. 6375. (02 February 2018), pp. 602-602, https://doi.org/10.1126/science.359.6375.602

Abstract

[Excerpt] [...] After a relatively relaxed Ph.D. and postdoc, I had been thrilled when I landed a tenured job. But as I worked to establish myself as a group leader, I began to feel intense pressure to be more competitive and publish more. Recently, as I wondered why I felt so discontented at my job, I realized that I could apply some lessons from running to my research. [...] [::] Lesson one: In the right race, your weakness can become your strength. ...

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