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 continued that tradition this year. Our editors
could apply whatever criteria they deemed fit to the decision, but had to limit
their choices to five articles only. The results are a mix of how-to articles,
inspirational profiles, personal perspectives, and job-market commentaries.
You will notice that the
last paragraph of the text before the article list asks readers to give us their
take on how we’re doing. While we respect our editors’ opinions, it’s you the
readers who really matter. You can add a comment to this posting, send us e-mail, write on the wall of our Facebook page (run by GrantsNet database manager
José Fernández), or discuss with peers and experts on the Science Careers Forum. If you really got something
to say about your career in science or scientific careers in general — more
than few paragraphs — send us an "In Person" essay.
Enjoy the Best of 2007, but let’s hear from you in 2008.
Best wishes for the new year.