We looked inside some of the tweets by @itjohnstone and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
What do you love most about working in a university? Wrong answers only. https://t.co/xFTlQoX96c
A new study shows machine learning can be used to predict aspects of a person’s personality from their electrical brain rhythms https://t.co/aX99q5pTeB
@danjlurie We should open an issue and tag this for an upcoming hackathon somewhere..
Fourth, large variations based on whether you had symptoms: Of those without symptoms -- 2.8% seroprevalence Of those with lots of symptoms -- 12.3% Of those with loss of smell -- 40.1%! 3/5
Loss of smell really seems to be a prime marker of Covid-19 infection. I wish health departments would give this more prominence in their advice to the public, rather than just “cold and flu like symptoms”. https://t.co/PNVv4sZnHZ
The call for @WikimediaDE #openscience fellowships is open! This time w/ a critical focus on how open and equitable #openscience really is. Apply for up to €5000 funding, training, mentorship, and to join our community of @OpenSciFellows #KnowledgeEquity https://t.co/TyfuFHXC03 https://t.co/gVBj5loaDk
I have a PhD in biology, and I was today days old when I learned of Nettie Stevens. How women get erased from science history is the reason we grow up without role models... https://t.co/nnBIKK6Qxz
Transdiagnostic dimensions of psychopathology explain individuals’ unique deviations from normative neurodevelopment in brain structure https://t.co/TAdgMDZjNf
Authors: We hypothesized our outcome, but don’t have any time-stamped evidence Reviewers: Ok. Authors: We also predicted our 4x2x2 interaction effect Reviewers: Ok Authors: We also used British English spelling instead of American English Reviewers: https://t.co/jlL7jLR3YK
A threat to the freedom of the press is a threat to all of us and our right to know. It's unbelievable the government still hasn't ruled out prosecution of journalists. https://t.co/7cwstIcGCN
I've just come to the end of a 4-year tenure, redeveloping & teaching a flexible online first, textbook free, skills-focused and accessible first year psychology unit. In this time, I've taught 5000+ students. I have opinions I'll roll out here, but ask me questions. #HPS111 1/n https://t.co/qasPwxAApc
Terrific thread! Also very relevant to academics in the UK! Would be interesting to compare the level of "top-down" micromanagement, and also the resources available, across systems and departments. https://t.co/bsTPujY4WJ