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October 26, 2001

Patent First, Publish Later: How Not to Ruin Your Chances of Winning a Patent

In the understandable rush to get published and funded, scientists tend to spill the beans too early and in too much detail for them to ever win a patent.

October 05, 2001

Working in Intellectual Property Law Without a Law Degree

Technical specialists and patent agents, in particular, do not need to have any legal training before they get their collective feet in the door.

November 10, 2000

NYU Grads Win Vote to Unionize Amid Controversy

November 10, 2000

'I Swear ...': An Oath for Scientists and Engineers

November 03, 2000

Distance Education: Resources

November 03, 2000

Making the Transition: Susanne Bockholt

November 03, 2000

Making the Transition: Linwood Webster

November 03, 2000

NYU Graduates Win Right to Form Union

November 03, 2000

Online Education Is an Easy CELL

November 03, 2000

Distance Education Feature Index

November 03, 2000

Distance Education: Overview

October 27, 2000

The Art of Laboratory Feng Shui: The Scientific Shopping Mall

October 13, 2000

How to Get a Bite of NIH's Billion-Dollar Funding Pie

September 15, 2000

Shadow People No More: New Report Puts Postdocs in the Light

September 08, 2000

Meeting the Nation's Needs: How to Shape Tomorrow's Scientific Workforce

September 01, 2000

Federal Funds and Bioinformatics Grants: A Match Made in Heaven?