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A few scientists are going to great lengths to make everything they do in the lab transparent, often in real time.
In all these cases, the outcome would have been better if the scientists and their colleagues had taken the time to fully appreciate the risks.
Aside from radiation, few U.S. organizations have policies regarding pregnant lab workers, which means women are on their own when it comes to worrying about exposure during pregnancy.
The challenges for pregnant scientists often come unannounced and need to be dealt with quickly; the stakes are high.
A newly Shuttle-less NASA is trying to figure out how many astronauts to recruit.
Luck will play a big role in whether you become an astronaut, so "don't put all your eggs in one basket," suggests ESA astronaut Reinhold Ewald.
Theoretical physicist Lucy Heady switched from science to solving social problems by pursuing a career in the charitable sector.
More women than men drop out before completing M.D.-Ph.D. programs. Why?
It takes a long time to become a physician-scientist, but once you've arrived the career is very rewarding.
Like your cover letter, your industry CV should be customized for every job you apply for.
Congress approves deal renewing funding through 15 January, allowing research to restart. [Please note that this link will send you to the News site.]
In a weekly feature, we point you toward career-related stories in other Science publications.
Internships can give postdocs a better chance to succeed in careers outside research.
An Inside Higher Ed article gives faculty members advice on how to help graduate students who are heading out onto the job market.
Diverse probationary faculty members may be celebrated at first but denied a fair chance to become tenured colleagues.
Instead of keeping a low profile and blending into her surroundings--a standard approach for new faculty--McClure immediately launched simultaneous battles to win lab space from the university and respect from her colleagues.
"Betty got it right away. You've got to do the work. And I really think that's Betty. She's willing to make the sacrifices necessary to reach her goals." --Eric Grotzinger
After more than 6 years of monthly columns and postgraduate research, Micella Phoenix DeWhyse celebrates her Independence Day--and we're sad.
After the blush of first love is gone, Rachel Ruhlen digs deep to find passion for her work.
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