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What lessons did you learn from your graduate school advisors?

For better or worse, very few professional relationships in your working scientific life have as much of an impact on your career and your thinking as those with your graduate school advisor. You learn a lot from him or her, and sometimes if things unfortunately don't go well (as in the case of the recent much discussed fiasco), you learn what not to do. Your graduate school advisor imparts little tidbits of wisdom every single day.
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