Scientists in many disciplines need informatics and computational skills to exploit the increasingly vast quantities of available data.
Neuroscientist John Apergis-Schoute revised his professional aspirations once he started a family.
Ph.D. student Aaron O'Connell was able to induce and measure quantum effects in the motion of a micrometer-sized mechanical oscillator.
In science, you have to be careful to be ethical.
Epigenetics provides a common theme to Spanish cancer researcher Manel Esteller's broad interests in basic and translational research.
When she couldn't find a professorship in her native Portugal, medical physicist Francisca Leite tried something completely new.
Voluntary activities such as helping to organize conferences offer early career scientists opportunities to gain new skills and broaden horizons.
Trained as a chemist, Jason Chin is rewriting central dogmas of biology by coaxing cells to make proteins containing novel amino acids.
Growing up in the Kruger National Park in South Africa allowed Reinette Biggs to shape her research career in unusual ways.
First trained as a biology and geology teacher, Portuguese researcher Nuno Henrique Franco looks to improve science by improving animal welfare.
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