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Tony Kouzarides also has a strong commitment to asking what he calls the "right questions" and an unusual willingness to bet on his instincts.
So far in her career, Nadia Moore has toured several major subfields of toxicology.
A job talk is entirely different from scientific talks or presentations at management meetings.
A CIFRE agreement "is a good way of ... doing research and keeping other doors open," says Sylvain Schwartz.
There's no simple answer to the question of why women choose science-related fields less often than men.
NIH branches out, presenting a videocast on interviewing for jobs beyond the ivory tower.
"I foresee a future battle for survival between religion and science-based technologies of immortality." --Bill Bainbridge
The overworked grad student seems to embody the most pointless aspects of graduate school.
A recent NSF report finds that efforts to improve the representation of women, minorities, and people with disabilities in science and engineering are slow going.
South Korea joins the ranks of emerging science powerhouse nations.
Australian postdoc Charmaine Tam shares tips on how to make it through this early phase of a research career.
In Vienna, Eastern and central European scientists gathered to network and learn how to be more competitive for ERC grants.
University of Oxford chemist Carol Robinson returned to academia after an 8-year break and went on to win the FEBS/EMBO Women in Science Award.
Game-changing career opportunities for postdocs are everywhere. Hear advice from the experts about how to choose your direction.
A Science/AAAS Custom Publishing Office feature.
To commemorate International Women's Day, we present a sampling of recent articles featuring accomplished women doing a wide variety of scientific work.
A report issued this month by the American Association of University Professors concludes that academic researchers should have the authority to decide whether their proposed studies require review by an institutional review board.
This year, astronomer Jane Luu won two of the top prizes in astronomy. So why is she working as an engineer?
Filmmaker and physicist Aziza Baccouche, who is blind, showcases the challenges and successes of diverse scientists in a new documentary series.
Tiffany West helped turn Washington, D.C.'s HIV/AIDS effort into a widely admired program.
In her life and her search for gravitational waves, the MacArthur-winning MIT physicist Nergis Mavalvala is comfortable in her own skin.
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