A scientist discusses how life for women in the lab has changed.
A blogger discusses the different career paths for computer scientists.
A blogger wonders if mentioning personal details in a talk is unprofessional.
Nobel prize winner Elizabeth Blackburn discusses work-life balance.
An article at The Scientist gives manuscript-writing advice.
A blogger says that job-seekers should focus on networking.
The University of Southampton's Women in Science and Technology group responds to an article appearing in the UK's Guardian.
DrdrA responds to a reader's question about transitioning from a non-tenure-track position to a tenure track position.
A blogger weighs in on whether it's worth pursuing a PhD or standing pat with an MS.
Roche is hiring for its Nutley, New Jersey campus.
Blogger Michael White is almost comforted by the story of Francis Crick's postdoc experience.
A blogger offers advice on how to negotiate salary at a new position.
A blogger discusses the drive and thrill of research.
A blogger discusses the number of reviews that a junior faculty member should do.
Take your time to choose a project.
Some grants submitted by established scientist are passed over in favor of proposals from new investigators, says the New York Times.
A PLoS Biology article and many bloggers discuss the difficulties of getting early-career grants.
The new short NIH application format is out.
A blogger give advice on how to get a grant.
A blogger discusses why he is looking for a new job.
A blogger wonders if the NIH could support maternity leave.
Changes to NIH's R01 funding process are criticized.
A blogger gives tips on how to make a good impression.
The University of California says that furlough days may not be teaching days.
Postdocs supported by European Molecular Biology Organization have a new, portable pension plan.
Lawmakers have asked four direct-to-consumer genetic testing companies to explain their privacy policies and security measures, according to Stat News.
The Trump Administration has proposed a plan to reorganize the federal government, the Washington Post reports.
In Science this week: genetic overlap among many psychiatric disorders, and more.
The Economist writes that an increasing number of scientific journals don't do peer review.