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Making Time for Research

Money, students, and lab equipment are all for naught if you can't make the time to pursue your research program. Robert Boice, in his studies of highly successful new faculty members, found that they all made time for research, right from the beginning of their academic careers – even if, at first, they could only find a few minutes each day (Boice, 2000, p. 105).

The clock tower (with Big Ben inside) next to the House of Parliament, London. Photo courtesy of Joe Robinson.

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