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Ken O’Neill, who is deaf, offers advice on how to present a disability when applying for a job.
If ratified, the agreement will raise pay, improve health care coverage, subsidize health insurance for family members, and provide tax-free funding for child care.
Things aren’t going well for me. What should I do?
Rewiring the Human Brain (Project) … Does LHC have another breakthrough in it? … Earth science is soft, Republicans say … Scientists and stem-cell hype … Working Life
The Job Market
Scientists with advanced degrees can transition to informal education—if they have the right skills.
From a specialist on teaching large classes, we present a prescription for teaching several hundred students at a time, efficiently and effectively.
When Ethan Perlstein found his academic career stymied, he took to the wilderness.
As oil prices drop, a once red-hot employment market cools.
What nonresearch jobs are out there for a pharmaceutical science Ph.D., and how should I prepare for them?
Leonard Nimoy … Burkholderia pseudomallei … Roger Pielke Jr. … NCI director intends to step down.
A group of UCSF postdocs convenes to vet ideas to present to the university administration.
Studying history gave doctoral candidate Kevin Boehnke tools and a perspective that have made him a better scientist.
Research shows that many members of groups underrepresented in academic science seek careers that express values beyond pure research.
Issues and Perspectives
Both the size and composition of academic labs, a study shows, affect the number of papers they publish in high-impact journals.
As the economy recovers, unemployment rates are falling but most salaries are falling, too.
Do I need to cover up my tattoos and piercings?
Double-blind reviews at Nature … Climate change conflicts of interest … India’s science trainees take to the streets … Lab animals: Are they proliferating? Should they have names? … Working Life.
Formal programs within academia are providing career advancement training for young scientists.
Scientists aren’t angrier than the general population, but different triggers make us mad.
As a training-reform effort by four scientific leaders slows, science trainees may already be voting with their feet.