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Entrepreneur sues former adviser for publishing paper without his name
A two-scientist couple says that men and women should demand policies that allow women to return to work after having children.
For the benefit of all of you applying to science graduate programs, our columnist confesses his mistakes in the hopes that you can avoid following in his footsteps.
Life and Career
Scientists who approach the job search strategically can turn apparent disabilities to their advantage.
Across the United States, part-time faculty members joined the national protest for a living wage.
A report from the Council of Graduate Schools details outcomes for underrepresented minority students in STEM doctoral programs.
I presented my research proposal with my adviser’s blessing—but it wasn’t approved and I was forced out of the program. What should I do?
Women more likely to be hired than men … a Republican science proposal … Withholding clinical trial results is unethical, says WHO … A new Arctic research vessel … Working Life
Seek the credit you deserve—all of it—but not more.
A new survey aims to find out where science Ph.D. recipients work.
How to join the online science video movement
Help me Alice; I don’t belong here!
A conference organized by students and postdocs introduces young scientists to the culture of biotech and the challenges of working in the field.
Proposed changes in how the University of Maryland classifies postdocs illustrate the pressures that lead universities to train postdocs in ever-larger numbers.
Life and Career
Developing equipment at Starbucks and earning a biochemistry Ph.D. helped Tom Schmidlin achieve his beer-brewing dreams.
Should a not-yet-tenured faculty member at a top university take on a new project to help women succeed?
The Job Market
This exploding field offers opportunities for basic and translational research in academia and industry.
Like a relationship, says former ACS CEO Madeleine Jacobs, a career must be rich and rewarding and provide an environment in which you can grow and learn.
An academic career isn’t easy to achieve—but it’s worth it, so keep striving.
Funded by three philanthropies, the program will be open to researchers 4 to 10 years beyond training.