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    Katherine Button
    April 30, 2013

    Questioning the Validity of Neuroscience Results

    A recent analysis in neuroscience urges caution both in reading the literature and in designing your own experiments.

    November 07, 2013

    Paper at the Center of Johns Hopkins Drama Retracted

    The first author on the paper, Yu-yi Lin, died in the lab last year, apparently by his own hand.

    February 03, 2014

    Taking the 'Waste' Out of Biomedical Research

    Individual researchers can do a number of things to make biomedical research more efficient and clinically relevant, say the authors of a series in The Lancet.

    April 25, 2003

    From Doing Science to Servicing Science

    "In the research world, a scientist aims to generate results and publications; in the servicing world, a scientist aims to help the scientist customer achieve results."

    Taken for Granted
    August 26, 2013

    Smart, Young, Female—and Out of Luck?

    Top Chinese university science programs—and also employers—discriminate against women applicants, reports say.

    October 30, 2013

    Science Careers in India

    Read the stories to find out more about research opportunities in India.

    April 04, 2014

    Elsewhere in Science, 4 April 2014

    STAP misconduct … DARPA goes biotech … chasing money in bioscience … what young scientists would do with extra time.

    March 15, 2002

    Undergraduate Scholarships Special

    July 05, 2002

    Contract Versus Tenure: Which Way to Go?

    Universities will argue that as employers they must have the ability to adapt rapidly ... contracted staff would meet this need, but I do not think it would be beneficial to the university to have a huge turnover in staff. Any expertise gained by academics would be rapidly lost due to the continuous turnover of staff.

    The Great Wall of China at Jinshanling
    July 22, 2013

    Not Going Abroad and Not Coming Home

    China and Japan face contrasting challenges when it comes to managing young scientists' experiences overseas.

    April 22, 2005

    Japan Mulls Workforce Goals for Women

    The idea is to encourage authorities into lifting Japan from last place among industrialized nations in the employment of women scientists.

    November 01, 2002

    Postdocs Get Primer on How to Survive Abroad

    "The U.S. approach to intellectual property rights is foreign to many Japanese scientists. But ignoring it could mean jail."

    July 19, 2002

    Ethical Issues in Research, Part I: Research by Stealth

    "In most parts of the world, independent ethical review committees have emerged to protect the interests and welfare of research participants. Generally, these committees are not responsible for reviewing clinical practice. The result is that innovative clinical procedures, which are usually research orientated, often evade such scrutiny and patients are denied the protection it provides."

    January 17, 2003

    Surviving the First Year of Graduate School

    "... before you even embark on your program, you should formulate a working plan and set up a reasonable schedule."

    September 13, 2002

    Microbiology in India

    "TERI is a not-for-profit research organization with over 300 professionals working toward achieving its mission of sustainable development."

    July 30, 2004

    Diary of a Sports Medicine Intern

    "I would never have thought these [moments] would be followed by a trip to the other end of the world (even less by a master's degree and Ph.D.) or that I would spend time chasing solutions to the biomechanical problems associated with baseball."

    January 24, 2003

    IMCB--A Great Place to Do Science

    "... apart from the excellent scientific training, what makes IMCB special is the fact that it brings together talented people from different parts of the world."

    May 03, 2002

    Scientific Translation for Nature Japan

    As a person responsible for communicating science faithfully across language and culture, you have to learn to live with uncertainty.

    August 02, 2002

    Offering the Best of East-West Medicine

    “I hope in time to come there will be wider acceptance and greater sharing of knowledge between practitioners in the two medical fields.”

    July 26, 2002

    Teaching: A Meaningful and Challenging Career

    "Even though I was initially apprehensive about teaching a large group of teenage students, my passion for education and my desire to teach incited me to take up this challenge."

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