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January 07, 2000

Murder Most Foul: How Not to Kill a Grant Application

May 26, 2000

How Not to Kill a Grant Application, Part Five: The Facts of the Case Thus Far

"Facts, Hercule, facts! Nothing matters but the facts. Without them the science of criminal investigation is nothing...
November 10, 2000

NYU Grads Win Vote to Unionize Amid Controversy

May 26, 2000

New Guidelines Protect Human Subjects, Ask More of Researchers

June 23, 2000

The Art of Laboratory Feng Shui, PART FOUR--The Ba-Gua

March 10, 2000

Negotiation Tactics and Strategies

December 10, 1999

Athena in Mentor's Clothing

November 03, 2000

Distance Education: Resources

April 21, 2000

The Manhattan (Union) Project: New York University Graduates to Vote for Unionization

December 24, 1999

Athena in Mentor's Clothing: Part Two

November 03, 2000

Making the Transition: Susanne Bockholt

July 07, 2000

Grantwriting Resources

July 28, 2000

Federal Policies Send Scientists Back to School

October 08, 1999

Time Management 101 for Grant Applicants

October 05, 2001

Working in Intellectual Property Law Without a Law Degree

Technical specialists and patent agents, in particular, do not need to have any legal training before they get their collective feet in the door.

March 24, 2000

Site Review: The Research Assistant

September 24, 1999

Grant Writing: NIH Review Up For Review

March 10, 2000

Ten Commandments of Private Foundation Grant Proposals

September 10, 1999

Grant Reviews, Part One: Introduction to the Review Process