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    November 03, 2000

    Funding Your Distance Education Program

    August 04, 2000

    Pharmacoeconomics: Drug Dealing

    August 24, 2001

    Start-ups for Postdocs 101C: Life on the Inside

    "If you crave a higher salary, a goal-oriented workplace, and are concerned about a future career in academic research, it is probably worthwhile at least exploring industry."

    October 24, 2003

    MD/PhD Resources

    Why do you read Next Wave? Is it for the generic information that you can get anywhere else? Or is it for the special tips, the inside information, that aren't available elsewhere?

    March 30, 2001

    What Is a Résumé Hole and How Do I Fill It? Part 2

    January 14, 2005

    Waiting Until the Time is Right

    "To found a company and then stay on the outside, the company can take all sorts of different directions. If you really want to have influence, the only way to do that is to join it." - Corey Goodman

    October 25, 2002

    Another Scientist Shortage?

    Policy-makers say we need more scientists. But once we have found them, where do we intend to put them?

    October 13, 2006

    An Ambitious Effort to Plug Europe's 'Research Gap'

    "And we're open to anyone from any country. We don't want to be Fortress Europa." --Fotis Kafatos, director of the European Research Council.

    January 06, 2006

    The Intramural Alternative

    "Even extremely negative, stressful postdocs remain tremendous learning experiences and are accompanied with positive experiences if one chooses to seek them ... as I did." --Frank Lee-Bitter

    July 07, 2000

    The Joy of Criticism

    December 03, 2004

    Attack of the Dinobots

    "The biggest challenge was working hand-in-hand with artists, translating their requirements into our engineering requirements," says Tim Reedman, chief project engineer and director of research and development at MD Robotics.

    November 29, 2002

    Hughes Cuts Researcher Grants As Endowment Takes a Hit

    After enjoying years of soaring research spending fueled in part by an economic boom, some life scientists are being told to tighten their belts. A major blow landed last week, when the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, one of the world's largest private research philanthropies, confirmed that it will trim spending by about 10%, or $100 million, over the next 2 years.

    October 04, 2002

    Breaking Into Technology Transfer

    "One of the first things I discovered when I started looking into a career in technology transfer is that the few jobs there can be quite hard to find."

    August 01, 2003

    The Best of Both Worlds--Engineering Doctorates

    "If you want to get ahead in industry, and get yourself a useful qualification at the same time, the opportunity is still available."

    June 27, 2003

    Making the Readily Accessible Accessible Again

    "It's pretty simple really; we wake up in the morning knowing that we're working to make the world a better place for people with disabilities." --Neil Squire Foundation Web site

    April 14, 2006

    Career Reentry and Swedish Postdocs

    Your application should state clear scientific objectives and have a clear and specific research plan. Pay close attention to the writing; make sure it is clear, concise, and correct.

    July 07, 2006

    Green Chemists

    "We are training chemists to think imaginatively about minimising environmental impacts and social and economic costs," says the Royal Society of Chemistry's Jeff Hardy.

    January 07, 2005

    Science's Next Wave's Next Wave

    Science's Next Wave enters 2005 with a new editor--me--a new, closer relationship with the best scientific magazine in the world--
    Science--and a deeper and wider understanding of the scientific workplace than we have ever had before.