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Explore the history and career trends of three eastern U.S. bioclusters: Massachusetts, Maryland/ Washington, DC, and North Carolina.
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Medical practice has changed to meet the needs of female physicians. How likely is academic science to make a similar adjustment?
If you choose an interdisciplinary research career, it's up to you to create a context in which you can succeed.
Drug development companies are now hiring more computational biologists, creating an abundance of high-paying jobs.
As a graduate student, Denis Gebauer had to work hard to prove that his unorthodox findings on crystallization were real.
In a world where research is valued above all, how do teaching and outreach experiences influence careers?
Spanish pharmacologist Amàlia Lafuente has written a novel about the personal and professional conflicts faced by early-career researchers.
Scientists and other professionals can increase their job satisfaction by kicking their addiction to praise.
Before you pick up that next thriller novel, remember that scientists are not exactly as they are often portrayed.
A group of grad students and postdocs has created a successful, non-profit consulting group to improve their private-sector employment prospects.
Today, NPA co-founder Karen Christopherson is principal scientist at a unit of Pfizer.
Each western U.S. biocluster has its own history, unique personality, and distinct area of focus. Here’s a guide to three of them. By Chris Tachibana.
Why do clinical medicine and academic science—both expert labor markets—offer such different career outlooks?
There is still a gap between modeling-based predictions and deciding when to evacuate a city.
Three volcanologists tell Science Careers how their work enhances public health and safety for communities at risk from volcanoes.
At a meeting on Long Island, some neuroscientists got tips on how to win an R01 in lean times.
When it comes to careers, graduate students in the sciences are flexible, a new study shows.
Paleontologist Jack Horner overcame dyslexia and the lack of a traditional education to become a world leader in his field.
For scientists who study conflict's motivations and consequences, the brain is the battlefield that matters.
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