Not To Worry...

Blogger Michael White reminds everyone that Francis Crick began his postdoc at age 37. Crick then worked on using X-ray crystallography to examine ribonuclease and, as Horace Freeland Judson writes in The Eighth Day of Creation, it was dull, low-paying work that made Crick miserable. "The academic science career path is an exercise in endurance.

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