Jump to navigation
Enter the article’s url One of our curators will take care of it as soon as possible!
Subscribe to our weekly newsletter.
Why some universities are requiring staff to step down.
A move into industry after a PhD may not bring immediate financial rewards, but it pays to know your strengths.
Asking the scientific system to fix itself from the bottom up could place an unacceptable burden on junior scientists.
On the steady fall in the number of younger US basic scientists.
The NIH abandons its controversial plan to cap grants to big lab and it creates a new fund for younger scientists.
NIH plans to set up a separate fund for early- to mid-career investigators.
Analysis of THE data and latest autonomy scores for Europe suggests ability to hire best staff drives research strength
The author of a new study of biomedical funding explains why he’s optimistic about young scientists’ futures.
Oxford’s decision on compulsory retirement raises pressing questions about fairness – and what is best for academia as a whole.
Putting together applications and seeking nominations can bring their own professional rewards
Globe-trotting scientists are surprisingly hard to track, but data from ORCID provide a window into their movements.
With competition for research funding approaching an all-time high, experts reveal their top tips and tricks.
Exploring the diverse pathways traveled by science, engineering, and health doctorates as they progress through their careers.
Completing two graduate degrees can offer great flexibility.
Young scientists often have the same long-term goal: use one’s smarts and drive to gain insights into a problem of interest.
Is there an alternative to the standard academic career path that would actually make research work better?
Is it reasonable to employ the ResearchGate Score as evidence of scholarly reputation?
Independent professionals advance science in ways faculty-run labs cannot, and such positions keep talented people in research, argues Steven Hyman.
One in three scholars in field ‘deeply concerned’ about future research career prospects
Two hiring seasons and 112 applications.