Both the size and composition of academic labs, a study shows, affect the number of papers they publish in high-impact journals.
Scientists aren’t angrier than the general population, but different triggers make us mad.
French geneticist Jérôme Lejeune may have missed out on the Nobel Prize, but now he’s nominated for an even higher honor.
In The Brilliant Club, Amina Yonis found an opportunity to help level the playing field for students from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Theoretical physicist Ulf Leonhardt advises early-career scientists to think more about their work and less about their careers.
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.
How one geoscientist built a career using data, charisma, and connections
In an era when scientists are increasingly exposed, they need to be careful to distinguish between scientific criticism and personal attacks.
Experiments to decrease secrecy in scientific research have many benefits, but investigators must also be aware of the risks.
A postdoc offers tips on navigating the pothole-riddled road to Ph.D. glory.
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