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Australian postdoc Charmaine Tam shares tips on how to make it through this early phase of a research career.
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.
In Vienna, Eastern and central European scientists gathered to network and learn how to be more competitive for ERC grants.
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.
Postdoc Vicky Miller writes that improvisation classes have made her a better scientist.
Plagiarism software uncovers nearly 100 cases of plagiarism in one year's successful NSF grant proposals.
Lawyers, like scientists, struggle to find jobs.
Science Careers talks to Eric Kaplan, co-executive producer of the CBS comedy The Big Bang Theory, about his work on the show.
Pressure on scientists to produce impressive results that will bring in grants or renewals has never been greater.
You may be comfortable talking with scientists, but interviews with Human Resources are a different beast.
As maps have changed, so have mapmakers.
Well-informed students make better decisions about doctoral training and postdoctoral careers.
Once you've thought hard about your skills, interests, and values, it's time to narrow the range of career options you ought to consider.
With good long-term funding prospects and attractive salaries, Germany has become a major contender in the global competition among nations to draw in top talent.
Our sexy columnist ponders the importance of sexiness in science.
Investigations by The Guardian newspaper uncover disparities in the rates at which whites and minorities are admitted to competitive programs at Cambridge and Oxford universities.
Fátima Al-Shahrour is working to interpret the genome to help select more effective drugs for cancer patients.
A new crowd-funding platform allows grads to raise money by offering backers a share of their success.
Women may be underrepresented in science because they're better than men at other things.
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