For our readers in or about to begin PhD programs, I have put together the following advice for choosing and assessing research rotations. [...] there are not necessarily “right” answers to all the questions below – just make sure the answers work for YOU.
Magnets are everywhere – they exist in our electronics, cars, refrigerators, and so on. The Earth itself is one giant magnet, which is why we can use compasses to navigate! They also have many incredible biomedical applications, including magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), which allows us to take pictures of biological tissues and organs in a […]