The Chronicle of Higher Education collates the American Association of University Professors' salary data.
A blogger recaps Elizabeth Blackburn's advice for graduate students and postdocs at AACR.
A blogger is torn between her desire to become a professor and her need for personal fulfillment beyond the bench.
One blogger offers tips for answering common faculty search questions.
Bloggers discuss the ins and outs of setting up a brand new wet lab.
So you didn't get the job you interviewed for. One blogger provides tips to tactfully find out why.
Like any other research setting, doing science in a small lab has its ups and downs.
A research-development professional describes his new role in science.
A piece at The Scientist gives tips for planning a family leave.
A researcher chronicles how young scientists' career views change over time.
Darwin's theory of evolution applies to research labs, says one blogger.
One blogger says that most academics not like the business executives often imitate.
A blogger shares tips for prospective and new-hire assistant professors who are negotiating their salaries, benefits, and start-up packages.
A graduate student seeks opinions as to what makes PhD candidate researchers "great."
Whether building a case for first-time funding or tenure, investigators are often evaluated on when and where they publish.
The College and University Professional Association for Human Resources' salary survey data tallies faculty pay by discipline.
Biotech employees are happier with their jobs than those in any other sector, according to a careers community Web site survey.
One researcher says that institutions ought to "professionalize the postdoc role and turn it into a career rather than a scientific stepping stone."
The Scientist has rounded up the top-ranked institutions for postdocs for the 2011 edition of its annual survey.
A graduate student seeks a bloggers advice as to whether she should "master out" of her PhD program to look for a job.
One blogger is strategically choosing where to submit manuscripts in order to bolster her case for tenure.
You have 30 seconds to describe your research in sufficient detail: ready, set, go!
One blogger chronicles his decision to leave academia.
The Washington Post proposes 'eight ways to get higher education into shape' and bloggers react.
One blogger says researchers ought to support their support staff.
In PLOS this week: cell-free DNA from tumors is shorter than DNA from healthy cells, type 2 diabetes-related loci, and more.
Genetic analysis confirms that blood found on leaves collected near Marche-les-Dames some 80 years ago belongs to King Albert I of Belgium.
Researchers in the US begin to seek participants for the 1 million-person precision medicine cohort, the New York Times reports.
A new report indicates that women are underrepresented among US patent holders.