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These days, postdocs need to demonstrate their independence early, which they can do by negotiating with advisers, seeking individual fellowships, or obtaining a junior-PI position.
Two new initiatives seek to prepare postdocs for off-campus careers.
What are the best strategies for funding high-risk, high-reward research?
When a principal investigator dies, it leaves behind a scientific gap, practical problems, and grieving colleagues.
PECASE winner Benjamin tenOever is an unconventional virologist who's working to make his discoveries clinically relevant.
A postdoc's new company wins one the 37 coveted first-round ARPA-E grants.
Portuguese cellular biologist Mónica Bettencourt-Dias sees promoting science communication as an integral part of her job.
Feeding the planet's population is an urgent issue that needs a solution from scientists in many different fields.
Despite layoffs, pharmaceutical companies are hiring researchers to strengthen their early drug-development programs.
An early success in growing indium gallium nitride quantum dots put the career of material scientist Rachel Oliver on a fast track.
A passion for learning led University of California, Berkeley, virologist Fenyong Liu across the Pacific and into top American labs.
Human geographer Joshua Cinner studies how people and coral reefs interact, information that informs coral reef–management decisions.
Based in Alaska, a nonprofit research institute founded and run by a group of independent researchers has permitted decades of scientific work.
Sarah Bridle has carved out a successful career while resisting long hours and personal sacrifices.
A long-term commitment and a supportive environment allow the Yale Melanoma Research Group to excel.
Ph.D. student Aaron O'Connell was able to induce and measure quantum effects in the motion of a micrometer-sized mechanical oscillator.
Recent reports from the National Academies see no break in the clouds over the scientific labor market.
Two chemists uncover the story of the Knox brothers, who had distinguished careers in chemistry at a time when that was a very difficult thing to do for African Americans.
Can pretenured scientists blog about science without damaging their careers? It depends.
Physician-scientist Rebecca Jackson's enthusiasm for research is matched only by her passion for Ohio State football.
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