When choosing where to submit manuscripts, one blogger says researchers should strive to strike a balance.
Bloggers say that a new PI's responsibilities can be more difficult than some might realize.
One blogger says interviewees must simply and clearly express enthusiasm for the faculty position they're up for.
One blogger says that postdoctoral training is just as valuable for industry-minded PhDs as it is for aspiring academicians.
A blogger says that budding academicians ought to "have a mentor before going on the [job] market."
One blogger dishes her top five reasons to collaborate in research.
One blogger says that female scientists who take time away from the lab to raise children are doing themselves, and the scientific community, a favor.
To get ahead in academia, computational biologists must "educate the committee members ... on what they should find important" in the field, says one researcher.
In a private firm's careers rankings, eight of the top 10 jobs involve science — though some science careers don't fare so well on the list.
One blogger discusses why women leave science; another praises CIHR's for acknowledging research "interruptions and delays."
Should scientists be expected to expand their skill sets to include illustration?
One blogger pit student evaluation of instruction data up against h-indices in an effort to determine the relationship between teaching and research.
A blogger discusses whether it's best to join two labs jointly or form a collaboration between them in the case of an overlapping project.
While some say that pursuing a PhD is foolhardy, others say that passion motivates researchers more than employment prospects.
A blogger discusses how employers value "a blend of skills, attributes, qualities, knowledge, and experience."
A blogger breaks graduate program application questions down to what the department really wants to know.
Bloggers suggest that job-seekers ought to ramp up their search through the end of December.
Bloggers argue for and against obtaining a master's degree before — or in place of — a doctorate.
In a satire, study section members provide tips for those "looking for the fast path to grant rejection."
Researchers report that women with MDs and PhDs who take time off to raise their children earn less than their male colleagues.
A new 'online matchmaking service' aims to link researchers with collaborators overseas.
One blogger says scientists ought to travel less next year by attending meetings online.
A blogger suggests career options that are probably not suited for PhD scientists.
A blogger shares tips on how to craft compelling letters of recommendation.
One blogger says she had no idea that those who work in science policy are essentially translators of science.
In Science this week: mtDNA analysis give glimpse into decline of Neanderthals in Europe, and more.
The University of Arizona's Raina Maier writes that an understanding of the Earth's microbiome is needed.
The proposed Canadian budget emphasizes partnerships with industry, Nature News reports.
An Australian study of personalized medicine has run into problems as it recruits patients.