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"It is still wise to plan carefully and to exercise caution when making choices about when, how, and to whom you come out."
The abundance of dual-career academic couples has led to the opportunistic growth of certain institutions by taking advantage of paired excellence.
"You have to think long and hard about what you need--not just what you want, but what you cannot do without."
Despite the geeky stereotypes, some of us scientists are interesting and--dare we say it?--sexy in our own peculiar way.
Although the vast majority of universities surveyed by the Max Planck Institute stated that they would try to support dual-career scientists, the issue is still delicate.
While this move has been great for his career, it has been a struggle for me to find a comfortable niche. ...
"One condition that is absolutely necessary to survive a life like ours is having employers that are flexible."
"Sensible couples should sit down and talk about it in the same way that they talk about whether they want to have children," said McNeil, who is married to a physicist herself. "It's equally critical to their lives."
Planning their careers, having a family, and living together--young scientists want it all.
"Growing up hooked on science, it was only a matter of time before I was overcome by the temptation to run my own experiments."
Looking at my career as a disabled scientist retrospectively, I notice that again and again I've withdrawn into niches.
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