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Science Careers editors selected the articles they thought best described 2009, a year many scientists would just as soon forget.
Three academic scientists tell how they became afflicted by the drive to commercialize their science.
"No, You're Not an Impostor" and other hits from 2008, selected by Science Careers editors.
It may be a terrible time for the finance industry, but it might be a good time for researchers to plan for careers as financial analysts.
The demands of rigorous scientific or engineering studies can conflict with continuing military obligations.
"This is a different kind of war." --Representative Harry Mitchell
We expanded our coverage of student issues in 2007.
The chance to encourage more women to enter engineering is another reason she joined the University at Buffalo faculty.
"Faced with falling grant-approval rates, researchers need to work harder and smarter to get their projects funded."
Science Careers provides direct links to GrantsNet's funding database, so you can find your next science scholarship, internship, or research opportunity.
The old GrantsNet funding database is getting some new content and features.
When it comes to accepting electronic applications, the agency is in no hurry to leave the FastLane.
An important part of all the universities' preparations is getting their research faculty ready for the change.
Because your career may depend on the outcome of these applications, it's a good idea to learn the details of the process.
Pregnant scientists face a unique set of challenges, a special Science Careers exclusive (7 April 2006), and one of our year's best.
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