Whether it is one aspect of a faculty position at a research-intensive institution or the core of an education-focused job, teaching is an important component of many scientists’ careers.
Katie L. Burke, associate editor at the American Scientist, offers advice about writing for a general audience.
In the Pipeline … Golden rice retraction … Possible energy reform and research funds … Fight over Alzheimer’s data continues … Extreme field work … Working Life
A recent survey found that the larger the research project team, the more it functions like a small factory, with implications for the training and career prospects of young scientists.
ERC has just announced the details of its 2016 funding program and its call for next year’s Starting Grants.
A new report highlights the use of violence, coercion, and threats to silence scholars around the world.
An increasing number of scientists—men and women—aim to succeed both at work and at home.
An ability to combine computation and experimentation recently won systems biologist Sarah Teichmann an EMBO Gold Medal.
Of all the decisions that academics must make during their careers, choosing a successful postdoc position is probably one of the most important.
If you think writing your thesis is challenging, try explaining your project to a lay audience in 180 seconds.
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