Just a couple of shows ago, we showed you how to get a career in astronomy. Now that you’ve got your career in astronomy, obviously the next goal is to win a Nobel prize. We’re here at the American Astronomical Society meeting in Austin, which is just one tiny step that a person has to take before you get that Nobel prize. Before you get that call in the middle of the night from Sweden, you’re going to need to come with an idea, do some experiments, write a paper, get published and a bunch of other stuff. This week, we’ll tell you all about it.
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3 Replies to “Podcast: How to Win a Nobel Prize”
Oh my God. He’s using a Mac!
just kidding 😉
I just use it for recording, I swear! Actually, I’ve been using a Mac full time for the last 2 months or so. It’s been pretty good, especially after my experience with Vista.
Weird as this may sound, I have just as few problems with vista as i had with XP. Using 64-bit ultimate version though. And i am a professional techie with my own business. That helps.
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