Having the right tools at hand, enables scientists to conduct their work in an effective and efficient manner. While some tools might be tailored to specific fields of research, most of them are important for all of us: communicating scientific results, writing in an accessible manner, visualizing and presenting results, and reviewing the work of peers. A mentor can help in choosing the right tools for becoming a respected scientist, and save lots of time. Guidance form a mentor that is established in the field of research is crucial, for example, for writing successful grant proposals, or choosing the right publication venue for a given work.
Since our goal is not to provide "yet another guideline to become the next Einstein", we just provide a collection of Web resources that might help you in your next research endeavour. Please feel free to contact us and propose additions to this list.
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but to see one begun."