When I started my M.S. (not biology, robotics and I did air traffic research), I had helped as an undergraduate researcher on a paper, but was not added to the author list. I helped do the software for a great learning opportunity.
I intended to stay on as a PhD and was convinced to go out and get a job immediately after a M.S. I first published after I finished my M.S. while starting my post university job.
At that job, I did much research and was co-author, or sub author, on about a dozen papers over 5 years. I mostly did software and then scientific analysis in air traffic research. That was a lot of fun, but underpaid.
My new job is almost entirely software engineering and I'm on only one paper about to be published. Most of the time I simply support the platform so that scientists and partners can publish their results. That's fine with me. I'm not an academic.
The high end of publications are like ten papers a year. Those people are the rare ones who can work 90+ hours a week and handle several different subjects at once with more than a few different partners.
They're pretty weird and interesting. Most people want to have lives outside of work and so, having a few papers a year is fine. Most of my professors are around 3~4 publications a year, if they're full time professors (some have companies now)
Funny thing. Seems like the higher ones degree, the more underpaid you are. Then you have those people that barely went to school taking home 6 figures and such...
Same combo, different damage output.
Wall damage is weird. I believe hitting people slightly later in the wallsplat-state will yield different scaling, but I'm not quite sure how that works.
I know this is kinda a late reply but this is actually right. Hitting the opponent low enough against the wall changes the combo scaling to 60 percent instead of whatever it normally is. Example: if Leo uses b1,4~Knk~d/f 1+2 at the wall the 1+2 hits way late and gets 16 damage(60 percent) no matter how long the combo before it was.
Edit: Didn't see someone already said this. Whoops.
It's all cool. Our thread is Hollywood now.
You still competing in SF or are you all Tekken now?
lul nevermind that was Veggey.
Does anyone in this thread have a M.S in biotechnology. I was thinking about pursuing a degree in this field. I just wanted to know the challenges in school, ups and downs, and other advice someone could give me.