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    March 04, 2015

    Staffing labs for optimal productivity

    Both the size and composition of academic labs, a study shows, affect the number of papers they publish in high-impact journals.

    March 02, 2015

    Ask Alice: Body art and gratuitous displays

    Do I need to cover up my tattoos and piercings?

    February 27, 2015

    Elsewhere in Science, 27 February 2015

    Double-blind reviews at Nature … Climate change conflicts of interest … India’s science trainees take to the streets … Lab animals: Are they proliferating? Should they have names? … Working Life.

    February 24, 2015

    Following up on a call for reform

    As a training-reform effort by four scientific leaders slows, science trainees may already be voting with their feet.

    February 24, 2015

    UPDATED: A scientist saint?

    French geneticist Jérôme Lejeune may have missed out on the Nobel Prize, but now he’s nominated for an even higher honor.

    February 23, 2015

    Barriers for women of color in science

    A new report finds that female scientists face a combination of racial and gender biases.

    February 20, 2015

    Elsewhere in Science, 20 February 2015

    National Academies on the government’s investment in research … Ukraine science … more “questionable” grants … letters … physicist or spy? … Working Life.

    February 20, 2015

    A career's twisting road

    Physician-scientist Richard Dasheiff has gone from being an academic researcher to a medical doctor and found satisfaction in both.

    February 18, 2015

    The Brilliant Club

    In The Brilliant Club, Amina Yonis found an opportunity to help level the playing field for students from disadvantaged backgrounds.

    February 17, 2015

    Follow your star

    Theoretical physicist Ulf Leonhardt advises early-career scientists to think more about their work and less about their careers.

    February 13, 2015

    Elsewhere in Science, 13 February 2015

    Funding for quitting … fund geoengineering research, a report says … A little bias goes a long way. … stem-cell penalties and odd collaborations … Why were the earthquake scientists exonerated? … harassing researchers … Working Life.

    February 11, 2015

    Starting up a career

    These days, entrepreneurship is less about getting rich and more about career development and getting science done.

    February 10, 2015

    Small bias, big difference

    A new simulation finds that just a little bias in peer review can have big consequences.

    February 06, 2015

    Elsewhere in Science, 6 February 2015

    Fast money … A dubious prize in China … the president’s budget request … entrepreneurship facts … Lego science … Working Life

    February 05, 2015

    The paradox of job creation

    A reanalysis of an oft-repeated claim highlights the need for better understanding of job creation.

    February 03, 2015

    Workforce ‘smoke and mirrors’ down under

    In Australia, too, prognostications of imminent science-related workforce shortages are unreliable.

    January 30, 2015

    Elsewhere in Science, 30 January 2015

    Chemistry demos … budget info … China seeks talents … faster cures … new science leadership in the House of Representatives … convincing the public … Working Life.

    January 30, 2015

    An education that closed doors

    Tamer Elsayed was willing to do anything to get an education; the cost ended up being high.

    January 28, 2015

    Scientists under the microscope

    In an era when scientists are increasingly exposed, they need to be careful to distinguish between scientific criticism and personal attacks.

    January 23, 2015

    Elsewhere in Science, 23 January 2015

    Angry Nobelist … State of the Union … PETA’s scientist … New York scandal … saving ocean science … Working Life

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