Military Science Research

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Jason
Sherwin

When can we consider “significance” significant?

Statistical significance is one of those things that comes up quite often in medical research. Many people are fond of p-values, i.e. probabilities that the results could have been obtained by chance, being less than 5%. There are many types of tests for validating experimental findings that use thi...


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Meghan
Mott

Alternative Careers for Science PhDs – Part IV: Biodefense

Applying your scientific expertise to preserve national security


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Jason
Sherwin

Ah, the rocket scientist from the Upper West Side

“Ah, the rocket scientist from the Upper West Side!” That was the greeting I got when I was called in for the voir dire with the attorneys. They knew this from the questionnaire all jurors had to complete on arrival at the courthouse. I had jury duty last week – the infamous jury duty of New Y...