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  • Big R&D Job Cuts at GlaxoSmithKline

    Reuters/International Herald Tribune and the Wall Street Journal (subscription required for WSJ access) are reporting that GlaxoSmithKline intends to cut 850 re… Read More
  • European Commission Funding News

    As you may recall, back in April the European Commission was putting together a practical guide to EU funding opportunities for research, development, and innov… Read More
  • Two Cheers for Tenure

    Cary Nelson, president of American Association of University Professors defends the tenure system in the September-October issue of Academe, the organization… Read More
  • Public Health, the Hot New Major

    Today’s front page of the Washington Post (free registration required) notes the increasing popularity of public health courses, all involving science in … Read More
  • Apply Your Science to Serve Society

    AAAS has announced the next round of its Science and Technology Policy fellowships, a truly excellent program and amazing opportunity for those interested in ca… Read More
  • Weird Science

    Why is it that the really cool-sounding research–the stuff of comic books and science-fiction novels–comes out of the Department of Defense? Anyway,… Read More
  • Better Living through Star Wars

    Though it’s not precisely a career-development course, a new course offered by Queens University Belfast leans in that direction and sounds it might actua… Read More
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