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Forty percent of postgraduates receive less supervision than they would like to.
Whitney B. Hill, who joined MVA in October as a research scientist, prepares and analyzes environmental samples for identification and characterization using Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM).
"For too long, investigators in different scientific and professional disciplines had worked in isolation, without the benefit of outside perspectives and approaches."
"What use is knowledge if you can't share it?"
"I cultured stem cells by day and audiences by night!"
My Ph.D. project shows that mathematics, which may be perceived as one of the most abstract scientific fields, can be applied in the world of the arts.
I have learnt to take considerable advantage of these cyberspace resources and they have proved to be immensely useful for me.
An Ethical Career in Science and Technology? aims to help by introducing scientists and engineers to some of the issues and ethical dilemmas they might face in both their current and future careers.
Planning their careers, having a family, and living together--young scientists want it all.
"The most satisfying part of the job is the challenge of solving an unknown case ... and putting all these jigsaw puzzles together."
"I wanted to learn more about establishing priorities for science initiatives in regions that traditionally do not receive significant science funding."
"This may be a good time to broach a potentially touchy subject: when and how to approach your mentor about your career plans."
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