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Curiosity, boldness, and single-mindedness won Austrian scientist Konrad Hochedlinger a place in cell reprogramming, Science’s breakthrough of the year for 2008.
"No, You're Not an Impostor" and other hits from 2008, selected by Science Careers editors.
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.
After 30 years split evenly between the Ivy League and the Big Ten, a researcher and administrator reflects on the differences in institutional culture.
Researchers are developing multi-touch desks and other technologies to create the classroom of the future.
New collaborative programs between U.S. and Portuguese universities offer opportunities to gain multidisciplinary and applied training to scientists from diverse backgrounds.
For-profit companies focused on compliance with government regulations provide career opportunities for archaeologists.
Cameron Hummels is one of 46 student ambassadors representing NASA during the International Year of Astronomy.
America needs more science writers of color just as it needs more scientists of color--but are they likely to be able to make a living in a declining industry?
A new program launched by the French government allows Ph.D. students to sell their skills to nonacademic sectors and expand their career opportunities.
Work-related stress is an insidious health hazard, especially for workers who, like scientists, take their work very seriously.
Established and early-career physician-scientists say it's time to focus on solutions, not problems, to advance women in academic medicine.
Spaniard Juan A. Añel has established himself quickly in atmospheric physics while still finding time for other professional activities.
Natural history museums have long been recognized as priceless repositories of knowledge, but in recent years they have reasserted their scientific importance.
As a curator in entomology at the Natural History Museum in London, Erica McAlister is responsible for everything from maintaining collections to fieldwork.
On Charles Darwin's birthday, here’s a collection of resources related to our Science Careers feature.
Across the United States, scores of colleges and universities have canceled faculty job searches and imposed hiring freezes.
Science Careers is presenting four career workshops at the AAAS annual meeting this week.
Your choice of research problem may determine the course of your career, so choose carefully.
Finding a job in 2009 will take a perfect plan, perseverance, and a positive attitude.
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