Insect Genetic Technologies RCN

Insect Genetic Technologies RCN (IGTRCN)

The goal of the NSF-funded Insect Genetic Technologies RCN is to connect insect scientists for the purpose of disseminating advanced technologies for genome modification of insects through symposia, technical workshops, and training fellowships. The network is open to all: students, postdocs, researchers, technicians and faculty. We encourage you to participate in the IGTRCN by sharing your ideas and collaborating with others in the community.
Life at Tepper

Life at Tepper, student blog at Carnegie Mellon University

Life at Tepper is a student-run Tepper School blog.
The Chronicle of Evidence-based Mentoring

The Chronicle of Evidence-based Mentoring

The Chronicle is your source for summaries of mentoring research and practice.