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  • Do You Really Not Have the Time?

    At the Chronicle of Higher Education’s Career Network, David Perlmutter writes that faculty, too, benefit from improved time-management. Of course, here a… Read More
  • Federal R&D Support Declines

    A report from the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) confirms what most of us have suspected: That federal support for research and development is declining… Read More
  • Directing a Life in Science

    In Science, Mitch Leslie has written an excellent profile of Olivera "Olja" Finn, an immunologist who, according conventional wisdom, did everything … Read More
  • Scientific Misconduct: The Aftermath

    In a Policy Forum in Science, two scholars from the Center for Bioethics at the University of Pennsylvania investigate something I’ve long wondered about: Read More
  • Don’t Try This at Home

    I don’t know about you, but chemistry sets were a big part of my childhood. I used to use my allowance each week to buy new chemicals, alcohol burners, an… Read More
  • Our New Look

    Regular readers will have noticed that Science Careers has a new look. Behind the scenes, there’s also a new content management system that will help us s… Read More
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