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    December 02, 2005

    STEPping Up the Production of U.S. Scientists

    The bill allowed NSF to develop a new program to increase the number of U.S. citizens and permanent residents with undergraduate degrees in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).

    December 02, 2005

    A Non-Traditional Science Postdoc

    As I leave the familiar world of my doctorate program and return to the real world, I realize that I don’t
    need to go down the traditional path. I’ve realized that it's okay to take a less-traveled road.

    November 25, 2005

    The European Young Investigator Awards - Finding a Niche

    "This choice was more practical because you try to build up a career, and if you do what people are already doing, you need to be very good, but also lucky, to make it," says Edwin Cuppen.

    November 25, 2005

    Educated Woman - Chapter 45: And Now For Something Completely Different

    Peering in from the outside, the research lab I visited for about a month provided a completely different research experience than what I was used to in the United States.

    November 25, 2005

    AESEDA: Global Opportunities for Minority Earth Scientists

    “Our goal is to begin to influence the new crop of African academics that can then engage with colleagues here to develop long-lived collaborative relationships.”—Michael Adewumi

    November 18, 2005

    Industry Insider: The European Steel Industry, a Phoenix Rising from the Ashes

    Once they are in, young employees often state how surprised they are at how high tech, innovative, and environmentally-friendly today's steel industry is.

    November 18, 2005

    Developing Resilience

    Often as not, resilience ends up being the difference between success and failure.

    November 18, 2005

    Using Maths to Predict Physical Phenomenon

    "I think I have been lucky in the choice of topics to work on, topics which later turned out to be useful for developments in an apparently different direction."

    November 11, 2005

    Diversity: Broadening the Breadth of Science

    November 11, 2005

    Job Market Outlook: Hot Careers for 2006

    November 11, 2005

    An International Scientist

    The couple started looking "around in the world [to see] where we could both have nice positions," and they found what they were looking for in Spain.

    November 04, 2005

    Funding Opportunities in Neuroscience

    November 04, 2005

    Getting Wired: Pathway of a Neuroscientist

    "I remember starting out with a simple interest in languages and language acquisition as a hobby. Now it's taken me to looking at how the brain is hardwired, and understanding how the influence of environment can alter this wiring structure." --Edward Ruthazer

    November 04, 2005

    Investigating the Neural and Vascular Consequences of Stroke

    "When I came to MSM, I wanted to build something that would incorporate my background in cardiovascular [research] and neuroscience, and stroke was the perfect venue for that."--Byron Ford

    November 04, 2005

    Too Much of a Good Thing?

    The academic research enterprise is now an intensely competitive multibillion-dollar establishment, fueled by government money and utterly dependent on inexpensive graduate student and postdoc labor.

    October 28, 2005

    Educated Woman, The Grad-School Adventures of Micella Phoenix DeWhyse Chapter 44--Out of the Night That Covers Me … Into the Big Wide World

    I won't be confined by other people's notions of who I am and what I should do. I'm starting to feel free.

    October 28, 2005

    Cynthia Robbins-Roth: Surviving the Crash

    "I had the good sense to have a serious accident when the market was down." --Cynthia Robbins-Roth

    October 28, 2005

    The European Nanoworld, Under a Magnifying Glass

    There is often more to a job in a nanotech company than ordinary R&D work.

    October 28, 2005

    SHPE - Mentoring Hispanic Engineers and Scientists

    As a result of this increased student enrollment, SHPE recently opened an office at the University of Texas at Arlington that is dedicated solely to its student programs.

    October 14, 2005

    Cretan Tales: From Slovakia to Crete

    Given the opportunity, Jana Kadukova says she would definitely be keen to work abroad again. "In my opinion, everyone should try this once in their life," she says

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