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November 03, 2000

Funding Your Distance Education Program

December 08, 2000

New Federal Regulations Issued on Ethics Training

December 22, 2000

Protecting Whistleblowers--Tell ORI What You Think!

February 02, 2001

Careers in Nanobiotechnology: It Takes a lot of Money to Make Little Things!

March 02, 2001

Saved by the Bell: Ethics Training Rules Put on Hold

March 30, 2001

The Ethics of Authorship: Feature Overview--How Should Authorship Be Decided?

June 29, 2001

Learning and Teaching Scientific Ethics

July 06, 2001

Entrepreneurship: Resources to Bank On

August 03, 2001

From Ph.D. to Policy Wonk: AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellowships

"These people have just done incredible things," says Keating. "They have so much experience ... it's a really great group of people."

October 05, 2001

Careers in Patent Law

October 05, 2001

Careers in Patent Law: Hiring Trends

As with any job search, you need to reflect on your needs and wants, as well as the needs and wants of your prospective employer.

November 30, 2001

University-Industry Collaborations: Whose Data?

Conflicts over data ownership and disclosure do occur, maybe more frequently than we'll ever know.

March 29, 2002

Mentoring Scientists: An Ethical Dilemma

Is one's research advisor also a mentor?

April 05, 2002

Clinical Research Careers

These days, you are quite likely to find Ph.D.s leading multidisciplinary clinical research teams, alongside physicians and M.D./Ph.D.s.

May 17, 2002

Insights From Funders: A Discussion of Postdoctoral Support

"So, how are stipend levels set? Surprisingly, the decision is sometimes little more than an educated guess."

May 31, 2002

Sharing in the Sciences

In academic science, ideas and data are exchanged openly. Scientists freely debate the merits of different theories and...
August 02, 2002

Alternative to What? Complementary to Whom?

Rosenberg explained that what we think of as "alternative" today was, in fact, ordinary medicine: "Until recently, it was never assumed that most medical practice was done by doctors."

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