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Dong Pyou Han, who already resigned from his academic position and was sanctioned by the Office of Research Integrity, was sentenced to 57 months and fined $7.2 million.
After 25 years studying the plants of her native island, Ameenah Gurib-Fakim unexpectedly became its president.
Once you’ve made new connections, it’s time to contact them in person and set up an informational interview.
Startup jobs require brilliance and versatility, and they’re often hard to see.
Of all the decisions that academics must make during their careers, choosing a successful postdoc position is probably one of the most important.
At The Open Notebook, Julia Rosen describes her transition via a lovely metaphor.
A new website from a quartet of scientific superstars seeks ideas for reforming the U.S. biomedical science system.
Woman named Sandia National Laboratories director … NIH might be getting a raise … Perspectives on reproducibility … New hope for National Children’s Study … Working Life
Institutions across Guangdong Province are expanding their scientific collaborations and recruitment efforts internationally.
To build your network from zero, seek new connections and offer them real value.
In which our esteemed columnist catalogs the miseries our bosses have been known to inflict upon their underlings
Issues and Perspectives
Retractions, whether for honest error or misconduct, diminish future citations to researchers’ old papers by 10% to 20%, a study says.
An essay at Vitae tells those going on the academic job hunt what they can expect.
A fellowship offers graduate students exposure to the world of entrepreneurship and venture investing.
Chimpanzees in the news … Ramping up research oversight … Entrepreneur loses money but gains exposure … Summer reading … Working Life
The first in a four-article series about the Active Career Exploration plan for career development
It’s important for today’s job seekers to be aware of the “un-networking” trend.
Nicola Spaldin pioneered a revolution in the field of multiferroics by pursuing her “most interesting question,” no matter the odds.
Nobel laureate Shinya Yamanaka doesn’t know what young scientists should do to win the prize, but he’s sure it’s important to be innovative and unique.
Researcher or spy? … Russian scientists protest reforms … $28 billion spent annually on nonreproducible research … Conflicts of interest for climate change skeptic … Entrepreneurship special issue … Working Life