Wednesday, June 8, 2016

In praise of solitude in science (via EuroScientist)

Solitude often holds negative connotations. Yet, it is not necessarily a bad thing for scientists. Particularly in an hyper-connected work environment, where team collaboration and instant communications sometimes act like a smokescreen to hide the deep meaning of what scientists individual journey entails. In this deep personal reflection, Francisco Azuaje, senior researcher at the Luxembourg Institute of Health, helps us look at the true benefit of solitude in science. The post In praise of solitude in science appeared first in Euroscientist magazine.

from EUROPA - Syndicated Research News Feed

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