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  • Editors’ Best of 2007 Now Live

    For three years, Science Careers has devoted its last issue of the year to highlighting our editors’ choices for the best articles of the year, and we con… Read More
  • Year-End Review, with Yourself

    On the Shifting Careers blog at the New York Times, Michael Melcher engages in some year-end self-assessment. The usefulness of such exercises depends on how we… Read More
  • New Help for Student Borrowers

    The National Consumer Law Center has set up a new site with an extensive collection of answers to questions and tutorials on student loans.  The site, Stud… Read More
  • English-Language Test Disrupted

    The Educational Testing Service (ETS) reported that it had to postpone the scheduled offering of its Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) on 15 Decembe… Read More
  • First ERC Awards Announced

    The European Research Council (ERC) today announced the completion of the selection process for its first Starting Independent Investigators grants. The awards … Read More
  • Ph.D.s Ditch the Lab

    As Harvard expands its Ph.D. programs in the sciences, graduates seeking jobs in academia face the bleakest employment prospects in decades, writes Clifford Mar… Read More
  • More on Work-Life Balance

    This week’s package on work-life balance has generated some interesting feedback, and once you start talking about these issues, related items pop up all … Read More
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