There seems to be a lot more discussion of ethics in scientific news and articles these days compared to the distant past (e.g. when I was a graduate student). This may be due to an increased complexity in the practice of science — issues like data sharing, for example, are more difficult than they used … Continue reading When is an ethics course not an ethics course?
A few years ago, after too many instances of starting a book and then realizing that I’d read it before, I began to keep a list of the books I’ve read, making a brief note in it each time I finish something. The list makes it easy to look back on what I’ve read in … Continue reading A random walk through bookshelves — books and movies 2015