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A Different DTC

Nature's Daniel Cressey says that "recognizing that few graduates spend their entire careers at the bench, research funders and education authorities are reshaping the PhD to train students in non-science skills such as networking as well as research." He adds that the UK has led the charge to change, adopting a doctoral training center, or DTC, model — "a university-based hub focusing on highly specific areas," in which "courses last four years rather than the three of a standard UK PhD, a

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