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A roundup of small grants, individual fellowships, and junior-leader positions in Europe and the United States designed to give postdocs some early autonomy.
Nobelist Roald Hoffmann believes that taking graduate students off grants and giving them fellowships would be good for U.S. science. But others say such a radical change isn't in the cards.
Going abroad for a postdoc can involve logistical hurdles and serious effort--and offer a rewarding personal and professional experience.
Two new initiatives seek to prepare postdocs for off-campus careers.
Academia teaches technical skills, but scientists in the private sector say landing a job and thriving there is an education in itself.
"Administrative review" is leaving some foreign scientists stranded overseas and others afraid to travel, putting their careers and science at risk.
There's more common ground between industry and academia than you think.
Three postdocs describe their early and successful transitions to research independence.
Education debt can make it difficult for physician-scientists to stay on a research course.
There are no fail-safe recipes for success, but some basic, tried-and-true principles can be counted on.
September brings inevitable but manageable stress for scientists in academia.
Rutgers postdocs join their bosses' union as union efforts multiply across the continent.
Dutch molecular biologist Lars Jansen owes much of his scientific success to not going down the easy path.
What do paradigm-shifting scientists have in common? The first in a series.
Regan Theiler balances her clinical work in the delivery room with lab research on infectious diseases.
Serving as liaisons between the government and drug developers, regulatory affairs specialists play a key role in getting drugs to market.
María Pascual has influenced European policy from her perch in regulatory affairs at an adult stem cell drug development company in Spain.
These scientists are applying their skills to relieve many of the world's ills, including food shortages, human-rights violations, and epidemic outbreaks in developing countries. (Photo: Refugees in Darfur, Sudan. Courtesy, USAID)
Three passionate scientists describe their careers dealing with human rights and humanitarian issues.
Three scientists work to increase and maintain the food supply in areas where food is scarce.
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