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Three academic scientists tell how they became afflicted by the drive to commercialize their science.
Salk Institute for Biological Studies neuroscientist Sam Pfaff went on to success following a falling out with his Ph.D. adviser.
Is an M.D.-Ph.D. program right for me? Where should I apply? Where should I go?
Getting a science policy job in Europe is largely a matter of choosing a beat and finding your own way in.
The concept of "résumé real estate" can lead to small changes in your CV that yield big rewards.
This guide, adapted from AAMC, provides answers to frequently asked questions about M.D.-Ph.D. programs.
Science Careers describes how to get tenure--and what some people do when they don't.
An expert on tenure describes best practices for getting tenure.
You've been denied tenure--now what?
A recently rejected physics professor rediscovers the pleasures of carrots and carpentry as she ponders her future.
With the right support, it is possible to succeed in science after a family-related hiatus.
Patricia Alireza already had grandchildren when her physics career began to bloom.
After an initial exodus of their young scientists, Eastern European countries are seeing returns on a world without walls.
Eastern European scientists have many opportunities to benefit from international collaborations at home.
Three early-career scientists discuss returning to their native countries after spending time abroad.
These programs help researchers from Eastern Europe get training or experience abroad or bring researchers from elsewhere to the region.
This index provides links to Anne Sasso's articles in the Audacity in Science series appearing in Science Careers.
Serendipity, ha rd work, and good communication formed the core of an unlikely collaboration that resulted in a new technique for measuring hormone levels.
A new book takes a revealing look at careers in academic science.
Dean Pearson overcame a slow and difficult start to make a difference observing ecological communities.
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