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    September 19, 2003

    Alone in a Crowd

    I think my experience in various aspects of the drug-discovery process--everything from market research to preparing investigator brochures, plus bench work--has been much broader than someone in a comparable position in the United States, both because it is a smaller company and because of my English fluency.

    March 09, 2001

    Academic Orphans

    April 25, 2003

    No Two Missions Are the Same

    October 26, 2001

    Germany Seeks International Talent

    We do not want to support brain drain effects from emerging countries.

    --Professor Klaus Landfried, President of HRK

    August 08, 2003

    Mentor With a Mission

    Cuker felt he was meant to help minority students become aquatic scientists, which is why he created the ASLO Minorities Program in 1989.

    March 01, 2002

    Inspiring Future Entrepreneurs

    "In this dynamic field, what is applicable today may be irrelevant tomorrow."

    February 15, 2002

    A New Virtual Community For and About Minority Scientists

    June 18, 2004

    Beau Travail

    Individual schools could do much more to assist both U.S. and international students in pursuing alternative science careers by educating faculty in the art of mentoring, embracing diversification of their students' education, and encouraging faculty to be supportive of students' endeavors away from the bench.

    October 04, 2002

    Casualisation in Science: A 21st Century Malaise?

    "The solution is clear: Remove the artificial distinction that currently exists between lecturers and contract research staff."

    January 18, 2002

    A Woman of Influence

    We must make it seem natural for male scientists to say, "I can't make that meeting, I have to pick up my kids"!

    --Julia Goodfellow

    August 09, 2002

    Scientists and Journalists: Worlds Apart

    "In contrast to the fast-paced field of journalism, science is incremental and slow."

    June 18, 2004

    Science Policy's Frontline

    From the director and board to the directorates and offices at NSF, these specialists play a vital role in making sure the science policy "machine" runs smoothly.

    June 27, 2003

    Campus Services to Enable Disabled Scientists in Canada

    "For people without disabilities, technology makes things convenient; for people with disabilities, it makes things possible."

    July 05, 2002

    Survey of Surveys II: Polling Postdocs Effectively

    "Either a mechanism to coordinate local surveys must be established, or stakeholders should get behind an effort to promote a national survey."

    August 06, 2004

    Clap Your Skates: Innovation All Along

    "There's a time for creating products, and there's one for earning money."

    October 04, 2002

    The Business of Biotechnology

    "The need for biologists with additional qualifications in business administration will increase as biotech companies, banks, and consultants look for people who understand both the technology and the business."

    January 07, 2000

    New Program Helps With Professional Development

    November 02, 2001

    Financial Planning for Scientists, Part 13: Retirement Plans

    Taking a good look at your plan early in your career is imperative.

    July 26, 2002

    LGBT Scientists Must Chart Their Own Course

    "It is still wise to plan carefully and to exercise caution when making choices about when, how, and to whom you come out."

    January 07, 2005

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