Career Blog Jun 10, 2021 Enrollment Down According to the Chronicle of Higher Education, enrollment at colleges and universities in the US was down this spring, as compared to 2020. Apr 14, 2021 The Pandemic and Women in STEM The New York Times reports on how the COVID-19 pandemic may affect women in STEM. Feb 25, 2021 Missing from the Top A new report finds that women, especially women of color, are missing among the high-earners at research universities in the US, the Chronicle of Higher Education writes. Jan 26, 2021 Time Lost Researcher-parents, especially mothers of small children, have lost research time during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Chronicle of Higher Education. Jan 20, 2021 Time of Preprints Inside Higher Ed reports that the preprint site medRxiv has taken off with the COVID-19 pandemic. Nov 10, 2020 Now for Spring Semester Plans Inside Higher Ed reports some university professors are pushing back against plans for increased numbers of in-person classes for next semester. Oct 08, 2020 Not So Many Job Openings Academic science, technology, engineering, and medicine job openings are down by 70 percent, according to Science Careers. Sep 18, 2020 UMich Strike Over Inside Higher Ed reports the graduate student union at the University of Michigan has ended its strike over the school's pandemic response. Aug 25, 2020 What Can Be Told The Chronicle of Higher Education asks experts what student COVID-19 data may be released. Aug 11, 2020 Balancing the Fall Semester Inside Higher Ed writes that faculty members who are parents are trying to figure out how to balance the fall semester with childcare. Load More Breaking News Pediatric Medulloblastoma Subgroups May Benefit from Lower-Dose Radiation Therapy Space Radiation Shows Limited Effects on Mammalian Sperm DNA, Fertility Bluestar Genomics Sues Former Consultant, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research Over IP Ownership New Products Posted to GenomeWeb: 10x Genomics, Swift Biosciences, Agilent Technologies, More In Brief This Week: Quantum-Si, TGen, Yale, and More People in the News: New Appointments at Invitae, PGDx, Oxford Nanopore, PacBio, More The Scan Fertility Fraud Found Consumer genetic testing has uncovered cases of fertility fraud that are leading to lawsuits, according to USA Today. Ties Between Vigorous Exercise, ALS in Genetically At-Risk People Regular strenuous exercise could contribute to motor neuron disease development among those already at genetic risk, Sky News reports. Test Warning The Guardian writes that the US regulators have warned against using a rapid COVID-19 test that is a key part of mass testing in the UK. Science Papers Examine Feedback Mechanism Affecting Xist, Continuous Health Monitoring for Precision Medicine In Science this week: analysis of cis confinement of the X-inactive specific transcript, and more.