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Cultivating Your Research Taste
September 16, 2013, 3:18 pm
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Cultivating Your Research Taste

This is a thoughtful article on how to cultivate good taste in doing research problems.  Determining what makes “exciting” research problems is probably one of the most crucial skills that a PhD student should learn.   I think this is a skill that most frequently divides the average researchers from the truly exceptional.

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