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    June 02, 2006

    Baby Talk and Monkey Talk

    "He said I could go back to school, or I could be a missionary and translate the bible into foreign languages. So I went to school." --Jessica Maye

    October 06, 2006

    An Enterprising Approach to Brain Science

    April 09, 2004

    Academic Scientists at Work: Where'd My Day Go?

    "Be aware of where your day goes, implement whatever strategies you can think of to save time, and do not get so caught up in the day-to-day that you lose site of your objectives."

    October 27, 2006

    Walking the Pharmacogenomic Tightrope

    “What most pharma look to me for is my 10 years of experience in pharmacogenomic clinical drug trial design and result interpretation,” says Judes Poirier, director of McGill University’s Centre for Studies in Aging.

    September 12, 1997

    What Are Headhunters and How Do They Work?

    PREVIOUS COLUMNS A few years ago, Dr. Jim Bylund was studying gene expression in Bacillus subtilis, working as a...
    July 14, 2006

    The Angst of Ramón y Cajal Researchers

    RyC fellows have a harder time fitting within the Spanish academic system unless their university decides to make a welcoming gesture.

    October 21, 2005

    Germany: Deciphering Cellular Processes

    The interview process, she points out, goes both ways: They are interviewing you and you are interviewing them.

    December 01, 2006

    Winning an HHMI International Award

    In the 15 years since its inception, the HHMI International Research Scholars award has given 74 Canadian researchers nearly $30 million.

    February 24, 2006

    Guarding the Wire: A Career in Computer Security

    “People are creating security problems faster than we can fix them,” says computer science professor David Wagner. “So I think that computer security people are going to be in demand for a while.”

    March 24, 2006

    Certifiable: Teacher Training for Midcareer Professionals

    Because it is operated by a school district--the largest in the country--New York City's program can guarantee a job for all participants, as it did for 1700 participants in last year's June program.

    October 21, 2005

    The Faculty Class of 2005

    August 11, 2006

    Lab Dynamics: Negotiating Science

    How do you progress to a solution that serves the interests of both parties?

    October 14, 2005

    The GrantDoctor – International Funding

    Funding for Greece ... Foreign postdocs in America

    November 04, 2005

    Neuroscience Careers: Two Neuroscientists

    "You cannot do one project. You have to do a number of projects to try to get to the answer, hoping one of the approaches will work out." --Yimin Zou

    October 21, 2005

    Norway: A Neuroscientist Making Connections

    This is an unusual position; I will have little bureaucracy and limited teaching.

    October 12, 2005

    United States: Two Scientists and a Baby

    "We felt very well established in what we were working on in our postdocs and really excited about new opportunities and looking for ways to make those new opportunities come into being." - Alexis Templeton

    Jim Austin
    July 13, 2001

    Jim Austin: Unplugged

    Like many of the folks here at Next Wave my professional journey has been radically nonlinear. I was a North Carolina...
    May 19, 2006

    Petrochemicals: A Catalyst for a Profitable Chemical Career

    October 20, 2006

    Working at National Labs: Fermilab

    “Our colliders are like time machines for physicists,” says Young-Kee Kim, the deputy director of Fermilab. “In a sense, we are creating early universes in our accelerators.”

    November 04, 2005

    Getting Wired: Pathway of a Neuroscientist

    "I remember starting out with a simple interest in languages and language acquisition as a hobby. Now it's taken me to looking at how the brain is hardwired, and understanding how the influence of environment can alter this wiring structure." --Edward Ruthazer

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