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    May 23, 2003

    Communicating Canadian Science to the Public

    Based on the positive feedback and support, there seems to be a real need for more science-based communication efforts.

    May 19, 2000

    Mobile Into Future Job Markets

    May 31, 2002

    Everyday Situation: Anything But Ordinary

    "There is a degree of dishonesty in the research community: a community that is supposedly devoted to finding "truth" and receives a significant amount of trust from the general public."

    March 02, 2001

    Underrepresented Minorities in Science :The Importance of Being Mentored

    August 27, 2004

    Educated Woman: The Grad School Adventures of Micella Phoenix DeWhyse - Index

    Micella Phoenix Dewhyse, Ph.D. -- now postdoc extraordinaire -- navigates the world of science at at U.S. national lab.

    March 03, 2006

    Systems Biology in Europe: A Meeting of Minds, Expertise and Imagination

    Systems Biology "is one of the areas as a postdoc that you have a chance to become a group leader early," Nicolas Le Novère, European Bioinformatics Institute, U.K.

    April 01, 2005

    Visualizing Science at University of Toronto

    "We're visual communicators and the target audience that we communicate with can be very different whether it's a jury in a courtroom or a high school student using a biology textbook, the level of information is very different," says Linda Wilson-Pauwels, Director, Biomedical Communications Program, University of Toronto.

    October 08, 1999

    German University Reform: Qualified in Germany Has to Become a Worldwide Symbol for Quality Again

    March 03, 1999

    Europe Launches Framework Programme 5

    July 09, 2004


    June 17, 2005

    On the Road to a Health and Safety Career

    Due to the high volume of questions received, the CareerDoctor cannot answer all queries on an individual basis. Look for an answer to your question published in this column soon! Thank you!

    October 01, 2004

    Tough Times Ahead No Matter Who Wins

    [F]or all the stump-speech hyperbole, a single, remorseless reality must govern the next president's actions, no matter who he is. The huge budget deficit, the war in Iraq, and the war on terrorism will combine to squeeze federal scientific agencies not directly involved in defense, homeland security, or several earmarked projects. Competing for scarce funds with a myriad of other money-strapped domestic agencies, the civilian science agencies face the likelihood of budget cuts, some quite substantial.

    January 16, 2004

    Vintage Gerontology

    This article comes to you through a collaboration between Next Wave and Science's aging knowledge environment,
    SAGE KE. The joint venture is supported by the
    AARP Andrus Foundation.

    October 06, 2000

    Lucky Accidents, Chance Encounters, and the Prepared Job Seeker

    June 04, 1999

    Comic: The National Institutes Guide to Why People Become Scientists

    July 22, 2005

    Yours Transferredly: Published but Unpaid

    Now is the time to make the most of getting published, even while unpaid.

    February 13, 2004

    European Web Sites to Watch: The Life Sciences Mobility Consultancy

    May 05, 2000

    Good News for Germany's Young Chemists

    May 21, 1999

    Young Scientists as Activists: Rama Kasturi

    February 22, 2002

    Harvard Medical School-Recruitment and Retention Forum

    Over 800 minority students have earned medical degrees from HMS.