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    March 02, 2007

    A "Hippocratic Oath" for Scientists?

    Jones believes that senior scientists have "lost a sense of accountability to the next generation insofar as all of our interests in them are self interests ... so that
    our career can get advanced but not necessarily
    their career."

    June 08, 2007

    Opportunities: From PDF to IPO, One Scientist's Journey

    "Listen to everyone who has something to say, file the opinions, and make your own decisions anyway." --Avi Spier

    June 08, 2007

    Living the Issue

    "To me, having a Ph.D. and being a professor is a lifelong learning experience. The degree, to me, is to teach you how to teach yourself later on." --Adil Shamoo

    June 22, 2007

    Working as a Medical Writer

    "I would say that there's definitely enough work to go around." --Emma Hitt

    August 17, 2007

    Special Feature: Translational Research Careers

    Translational research is pushing a fundamental change in the way science operates while giving rise to a new type of researcher: the translational scientist.

    August 17, 2007

    Carving a Career in Translational Research

    "It's a tremendous leap of faith for young investigators to commit themselves to translational research. It takes a special sort of person; you have to be willing to take risks." –Anthony Hayward, NIH National Center for Research Resources

    September 07, 2007

    Capital Losses

    "The best and the brightest seem not to be going into science as much as they did in the past." And those who do opt for research careers "seem to be dropping out at a very high rate." --Mark Donowitz

    November 30, 2007

    GREAT Expectations

    GREAT is now transforming its committee on postdocs into a body that will have its own independent, university-appointed membership, elected leadership, and meetings.

    March 21, 2008

    Public Health Goes Global

    "The global health field has both been around forever and is brand-new." --Hannah Kettler, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

    April 25, 2008

    Young Swedish Scientist Reveals Fast-Track Career Secrets

    He has demanded much from himself and his colleagues ever since he was young.

    June 20, 2008

    Opportunities Abound in Toxicology

    So far in her career, Nadia Moore has toured several major subfields of toxicology.

    June 27, 2008

    Creativity and Persistence Overcome Failure

    Tony Kouzarides also has a strong commitment to asking what he calls the "right questions" and an unusual willingness to bet on his instincts.

    October 31, 2008

    The Pathway to Independence Awards: Early Returns

    Pathway to Independence, NIH's new transition awards program, seems to be doing what it was designed to do: moving postdocs into faculty posts quickly.

    November 27, 2009

    Careers in Climate Change Research: Feature Index

    Opportunities are expanding for natural and social scientists willing to tackle climate change.

    October 08, 2010

    Happy 15th Birthday to Us

    On the occasion of the 15th anniversary of our first issue, the editor of Science Careers makes a few observations and suggestions.

    July 29, 2011

    Seeking Drug Targets in Indigenous Plants

    Davis Mumbengegwi first started asking himself scientific questions during high school in Zimbabwe. "There are lots of...
    July 29, 2011

    Securing Food for Namibia's Future

    Namibia is one of the driest countries in sub-Saharan Africa. It contains two deserts -- the Namib and the Kalahari --...
    July 29, 2011

    Conflict Resolution

    Many people in Namibia depend on the resources found in nature -- plants, animals, grazing land, and limited water...
    July 29, 2011

    Enjoying the View

    When Riaan Steenkamp joined the faculty of the University of Namibia in 1994, the university was new and the country...
    September 02, 2011

    A Father-and-Son Journey Into Synthetic Biology

    Justin Siegel rationally engineered unnatural enzymes partly thanks to technology his dad helped develop.

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