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In hard economic times, the controversial H-1B visa program, which lowers wages for Americans while exposing foreign scientists to the whims of employers, needs major reform.
How the stimulus affects the scientific labor market depends on what comes after it.
As science-funding agencies begin to dispense the huge stimulus appropriation, opinions about its ultimate impact on early-career scientists are mixed.
Two new initiatives seek to prepare postdocs for off-campus careers.
Rutgers postdocs join their bosses' union as union efforts multiply across the continent.
Traditional PI-centered research can't solve today's big technological problems, a lab leader asserts.
A new book takes a revealing look at careers in academic science.
A postdoc's new company wins one the 37 coveted first-round ARPA-E grants.
Concern for lab safety advances -- slowly -- while University of California postdoc contract negotiations stall.
His life in tatters, one former UMass postdoc sues his college and his adviser as postdocs on three UMass campuses unionize.
Research finds that scientists' career-related preferences are far wider than stereotypes suggest -- and that industry is likely to be an excellent choice for many.
Two issues important to postdocs and other science trainees have been elevated recently to the federal level.
In a debate long dominated by industry voices, statistician and tech expert Norman Matloff speaks up for the little people.
Based in Alaska, a nonprofit research institute founded and run by a group of independent researchers has permitted decades of scientific work.
After lengthy talks, and some strategic arm-twisting, the University of California comes to terms with its postdoc union.
A spate of recent books presents a wide range of analyses -- and some common answers -- about what ails academe.
Recent reports from the National Academies see no break in the clouds over the scientific labor market.
Can young scientists publish without a mentor's support?
Recent research questions some popular estimates of the role of the foreign-born in founding high-tech companies.
Two university-based jobs programs are helping to boost opportunities for scientists who are already trained.
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