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Fast money … A dubious prize in China … the president’s budget request … entrepreneurship facts … Lego science … Working Life
A reanalysis of an oft-repeated claim highlights the need for better understanding of job creation.
How one geoscientist built a career using data, charisma, and connections
In Australia, too, prognostications of imminent science-related workforce shortages are unreliable.
As members of Congress renew the push to raise high-skill immigration quotas, a report predicts a dramatic fall in the wages of new computer science graduates.
For some areas of science, it’s important not to be in too much of a hurry.
Chemistry demos … budget info … China seeks talents … faster cures … new science leadership in the House of Representatives … convincing the public … Working Life.
Faculty members don't usually get formal training in research program management, but that might be changing.
Tamer Elsayed was willing to do anything to get an education; the cost ended up being high.
Issues and Perspectives
Life and Career
In an era when scientists are increasingly exposed, they need to be careful to distinguish between scientific criticism and personal attacks.
Experiments to decrease secrecy in scientific research have many benefits, but investigators must also be aware of the risks.
Angry Nobelist … State of the Union … PETA’s scientist … New York scandal … saving ocean science … Working Life
Or how a trip to Walt Disney World tricked me into becoming a scientist.
A postdoc offers tips on navigating the pothole-riddled road to Ph.D. glory.
Erich Jarvis’s upbringing during the civil rights movement helped provide the tools for success as he pursued studies of human languages and songbirds.
Paying peer reviewers … anything for an education … working with journalists … brilliant women … Working Life
American scientist Michelle Gabriele Sandrian found Europe—specifically Austria—to be a great place to do a postdoc and start a family.
It’s good to want something, but wanting it too much, or appearing to, can be a problem.
An analysis of a 1960s Italian experiment shows that STEM-workforce expansion can have unintended consequences.