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Early-career scientists need to learn to hold themselves to high ethical standards.
In an essay in The Chronicle of Higher Education, Donny Wong shares some key insights into how to successfully make the transition from a grad school bench to a corporate office.
Your choice of research problem may determine the course of your career, so choose carefully.
It's worthwhile to throw a party every now and then. Apart from the fun involved, it is a great way to celebrate your success and acknowledge your co-workers.
Walk through the corridors of many scientific institutions and you'll see the results of decisions made by the hiring committee of 1962.
Video technology has the potential to dramatically improve the dissemination of lab protocols and techniques.
It's a real problem when Ph.D.s can't function outside the university.
Though the competition may be stiff, getting into such a high profile field has its own career rewards.
"Either a mechanism to coordinate local surveys must be established, or stakeholders should get behind an effort to promote a national survey."
The change from the dull delirium and insane drama that characterized my first year and half of graduate school has been welcome.
"What I find especially appealing about science policy jobs is that like many interdisciplinary careers, there is no one particular "track" set out for them."
We want minority students to choose majors in science, engineering, and mathematics departments and, we hope, proceed to careers in SEM.
I learned to communicate in crisis situations within the limits of scientific certainty working with the gelatin manufacturers during the BSE affair.
"Dare to throw things away: What you have not needed for months, you will probably never need again."
The most rewarding part of my day is working with faculty members to identify research-funding strategies and hearing about the diversity and richness of York University's research faculty.
"Stress the need for accurate recording of the outcomes, as well as the importance of labelling which sample is which."
You learn to eat the elephant one bite at a time and not try swallowing it whole.
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