The 10 most-read online articles in 2013

  1.   1. Great achievements in science and technology in ancient Africa
    Sydella Blatch | Minority Affairs | February 2013
  2.   2. How to write a killer cover letter for a postdoctoral application
    Bill Sullivan | Career Insights | October 2013
  3.   3. Imposter syndrome: beating the blue-eyed monster
    Bethany Brookshire | Essay | June/July 2013
  4.   4. Triple-negative breast cancer: a particularly recalcitrant foe
    Connor Bamford | Feature | April 2013
  5.   5. Going M.D./Ph.D. vs. going 100% Ph.D.
    Cody Weston | Career Insights | August 2013
  6.   6. I am a Ph.D. student, and I’m a survivor
    Aditi S. Iyengar | Essay | April 2013
  7.   7. How to compete with a lab diva
    Donna Kridelbaugh | Career Insights | September 2013
  8.   8. “Close to a miracle”
    Rajendrani Mukhopadhyay | Feature | October 2013
  9.   9. Where do sperm cells get their energy?
    Rajendrani Mukhopadhyay | Journal News | February 2013
  10. 10. How to become a good lab manager
    Elizabeth Sandquist | Career Insights | October 2013

* We know we’re using an imperfect metric (pageviews), as articles published later in the year haven’t had as much time to accrue hits, but we think it’s an interesting glimpse at what readers are seeking nonetheless.


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