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Our columnist lists and describes the most common roadblocks faced by those pursuing science careers.
Young scientists who wish to influence government policy must become familiar with where and how policy advice is given.
A conference sponsored by the University of Michigan attracts hundreds to discuss biomedical training reform.
Report of survey results highlights challenges to graduate student well-being
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Scientists with a love of teaching can find satisfaction in academia without tenure.
A new study finds that adding H-1B workers affects wages negatively, profits positively, and patents not at all.
A widely reported study says women are preferred in faculty hiring—but it doesn’t say bias isn’t a problem at other key career points.
NIH and one of its institutes are seeking feedback on issues that encompass the future and sustainability of the biomedical research workforce.
Entrepreneur sues former adviser for publishing paper without his name
For the benefit of all of you applying to science graduate programs, our columnist confesses his mistakes in the hopes that you can avoid following in his footsteps.
Women more likely to be hired than men … a Republican science proposal … Withholding clinical trial results is unethical, says WHO … A new Arctic research vessel … Working Life
How to join the online science video movement
An academic career isn’t easy to achieve—but it’s worth it, so keep striving.
Funded by three philanthropies, the program will be open to researchers 4 to 10 years beyond training.
A young scientist learns about the advantages of real-world networking.
Things aren’t going well for me. What should I do?
As oil prices drop, a once red-hot employment market cools.
Scientists aren’t angrier than the general population, but different triggers make us mad.
At interviews and networking events, your questions are at least as important as your answers.
Budgets may not be glamorous, but they’re crucial for proposal success.