dCod Blog Posts
The dCod Blog gives you a less formal insight into our research and everyday tasks and challenges.
In the monthly blog series, PhD and post docs share their thoughts on research and areas of interests.
January: Marta Eide, "Lost in translation - Exposing a biologist to the language of mathematics".
February: Libe Aranguren-Adabía, "La paciencia es la madre de la ciencia - Patience is the mother of science".
March: Xiaokang Zhang, "Knowledge Sharing in Science".
April: Nello Blaser, "Introducing - Topological data analysis".
May: Eileen Marie Hanna, "Breaking the interdisciplinary ice".
Summer edition: Mette Helen Bjørge Müller, "Mothers in science".
August: Håvard G. Frøysa, "Modeling the uncertain".
September: Zhanna Tairova, "On ethical controversies of using fish in experimental biology".
November: Shirin Fallahi, "Do we share a common language?".
Knowledge Sharing in Science
Every Chinese child knows the story of “Kong Rong giving up pears”. In this story, the four-year-old Kong Rong gave up the larger pears to his older and younger brothers. This narrative is used in elementary education to teach the children to be aware of the value of sharing. As scientists, we know...